ISIDRO BLASCO
Beth Campbell. Phantom Phantom Limb
2015
Acrylic mirror and aluminum braces
The mirror, normally used to view the self, is custom made to reflect the space of the handrail, a significant architectural object. Much like an appendage of the house, the railing is a local for an intimate interaction of hand and house. On one side the mirror doubles the handrail giving an uncanny sense or an alternative view, like a cut and paste or a phantom handrail. The backside of the two-­‐sided mirror then obscures the actual handrail and replaces it with a reflection of the architecture of the hallway and slicing up the space.
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