Mirrors have been a recurring theme within my work. No what I am currently exploring the virtual and the real, I feel that illusion can be an effective way to articulate my curiosities.
Here is a video of someone showing how to separate an reflection from its origins.
Here is a video using mirror tricks to disassociate the camera from the filmed image. This illusion plays upon the assumption that the viewer is seeing through the lens of the camera. This exposure of the screen as illusionary is important to my theoretical interests with the screen.
Here is a instructional video explaining the mechanisms working behind an infinity mirror. The extract from Jon Rafman's beta male "as you stare at the screen it is possible to believe you are starring into eternity. This is the womb, the site of the imagination." (from memory). I wondered if it would be possible to create an infinity mirror with a slogan within it.
Tracey Emin's, I kiss you work represents how I imagine using neon lighting within an infinity mirror to create the effect. Developing this idea I have an idea of creating a dual interpolating text, which at once reads 'Screen', and then alternates to 'Womb'.
Here is an artist I have only recently come across despite having seen his work a long time ago via a Sky Arts advert. His mixture between real and digital could be of use and certainly compliments my interests.