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In Vasil Berela’s exhibition, Mirror Mirror, the visitor is shown a gesture that defines our contemporary world: A woman lays on the podium, raising her arm in the typical selfie pose. While her naked body remains colorless, a projection of her face on a monitor beside her is displayed in dynamic moving light blue and pinkish skin tones. In this presentaion, which suggests the smartphone perspective, the woman is depicted in an undefined, fluid environment. Her skin reveals geometrical structures that lend her reproduction a cyborg-like character.
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