I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU SEE

Napsugar Budai

Have you went to an exhibition and became part of the artwork?

That’s what exactly occurred to me when I went to see the presentation of a work of IMPREINT called I don’t know what you see.

The work is part of an open series of mirrors that the artist makes since the begin of 2013 adapting mirrors that he finds or buys in any format that inspires him. I was asking him about the work and in return he asked me to stand in front of it.

It felt really weird. I was standing in front of a mirror, which happens to people every day, part of our daily life. But I entered in a strange state of mind, transported by the words of the mirror: I don’t know what you see. I was looking in the mirror, seeing myself the way I am, the way I…

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