STUDENT WORK | MATERIALS + PROCESSES
Employ a mirror to disrupt something you view everyday.
Employ a mirror to explore a human or more-than-human body.
Employ a mirror to expose a social or political issue.
Employ a mirror to examine an idea you hold about yourself.
As an emerging artist-teacher, how do you mirror teachers (or ways you were taught) through making and/or teaching art?
What issues and ideas do contemporary artists working with mirrors employ?
How might contemplating these acts of mirroring evoke new possibilities for art education curriculum and pedagogy?