What's new this summer? You—at the Exploratorium. Reflections, a freshly-curated collection of re-imagined exhibits, public programs, and interactive installations from visiting artist Daniel Rozin, lets you look at your own image as you have never seen it before. Meet yourself in a giant mirror, watch as a video snowstorm creates your image, and witness your visage as it is multiplied into hundreds of kaleidoscopic views.
While you’re at it, explore the scientific and cultural history of mirrors—one of humankind’s most influential and intimate technologies—with activities and special events. Mirrors have played fundamental roles in science and inspired countless creative explorations of their poetic and psychological qualities. Come play with the way you see yourself at Reflections, a special exhibition open from June 19 through September 27, 2009. This exhibition is included in the price of admission to the Exploratorium.
During Reflections, the Exploratorium's Seeing Gallery features the artwork of Daniel Rozin.
Buy tickets online at tickets.exploratorium.edu.
Check our online Events Calendar or call (415) 563-7337 for more about programs, events,
and activities hosted in conjunction with the exhibition.
Exploratorium at the Palace of Fine Arts • Marina Blvd. @ Lyon Street in San Francisco
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