A somewhat atypical diptych where the boundary of what is a list and what it is for is scanned.
This work is only part of a series in which I explore the phenomenon of reflection in a fairly dry way. Like in Mirror and Mirror II and reflection.
NB. This is a true diptych in the sense of two frames, but also two (artificial) glass plates. The smaller frame is therefore not glued on but mounted in the opening cut out from the larger frame.
44,5 x 41,5 x 1