Float Glass, ground
Glass has the ability to change the way we see the world that lays behind it.
I wanted to use the material as a tool to challenge our default notion that what we see is real. Incoming sensory information is interpreted differently and individually, depending on one’s past experiences.
In this case the observer experiences a mixture of multiplied and distorted surroundings.
It shows the reality, as we know it from a different perspective and thus suggests the possibility of the existence of more than one truth.