JENNY YURSHANSKY                                                                  







                               

                             

                          



                 

Description:

A portal-like dark grey mirror which only very faintly reflects a fuzzy version one’s image when they are perfectly centered within the circle of light.  The moment they lean in closer to see themselves better their image disappears entirely.  Recalling the idea put forth by Heraclitus, later related by Lacan, that “No man steps in the same river twice.”  Our experience of a moment is limited to one single fragment in time, often there is a yearning to recapture instances that simply cannot be repeated.

Title:

By Definition


Year:

2010


Media:

Acid etched mirror, oil, spotlight, led lights


Dimensions:

24” x 84” x 3”

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