Mirror, 2015 describes the smooth reflective surface
of a piece of mirrored glass that confronts us directly,
but betrays no reflection of the camera that has
rendered it, or of the room within which it hangs.
In this sense it represents a failed expectation
—a trompe l’oeil— but its failure is a function of the
presumption the picture engenders about perspective,
not of the glass itself.
— Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa