Reflection, Refraction, Diffraction (or How Come I Still Think You Are There?) is concerned with texture, form, and the juxtaposition of objects and memory. This piece explores the evocations of feelings and memory through engaging with rigid objects, the poetry of loss that is suggested by looking at one's ambiguous reflection in the piece, and the added context of a historically-charged textured glass. The piece asks the audience to imagine/re-imagine self, re-contextualize the past, and explore our liminal and diasporic existence.
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