This is an interactive tunnel with two way mirrors and responsive lights that I created for my degree show.
In my piece I have chosen to guide people through a tunnel and offer to interact with one another to fully experience the piece. I have considered the context of an exhibition and physical location of the work. The work relates to the use of the location and addresses the act of looking as the main association with visiting an art event. Two way mirrors allow one way looking for a person walking through the tunnel without being physically seen from the outside. They are paired with responsive lights that shine outwards when a window/mirror is approached within the tunnel. In this way I am trying to make viewers on both sides visible in different ways. Viewers can be aware of others and themselves looking and/or being looked at.