These works are apart of Series 1 yet take the approach of utilising the mirror within spaces in; my home, in the car with my grandad, shops and they experiment with black and white film.
Citation from my dissertation titled: The Mirror as A Window: Mid-Century American Women Photographers and Self-Representation:
‘When we look into a mirror, reflected is a reverse image of our-world and our-selves, we rarely see the mirror for what it is. It becomes invisible; since we don’t look at a mirror, we look through it, just like we look through a window. It is through this window, where we can meet and gaze at ourselves and see a version of ourselves that we might only know through brief encounters. So, when we see our reflection, we see into a reversed representation of our outer self. “Living in a world where we encounter mirrors and reflective surfaces our ‘inner self’ is necessarily convened, reminded of, and confronted by our ‘outer self’ on a regular basis”. – Leslie Robinson.