︎︎︎ Steel, polished brass, pine, hawk feathers
︎︎︎ 23in W x 33in L x 6ft H
A Hassoku, or Shinto altar, presents the viewer with a mirror above which hangs a chandelier of large, rusting meat hooks. Its function wavers between an altar and a vanity.
How does the mirror function in society today? Could it still be used as a means for powerful transformation (here, transfiguration) and self-reflection?