Who’s That was installed at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 in 2009. Due to certain restrictions I had to cluster the mirrors together in large blocks. I set the mirrors low on the wall to reflect the body more directly. The college setting and the pressures placed on peer groups concerning body appearance and fashion were the main influences. The proximity sensors were placed in line with each column of mirrrors so that when someone walked by it would shake the column directly in front of them. The other part of this installation was composed of smaller mirrors mounted to bed springs in a long row high up on the wall. This installation reflected the face predominately and due to the different angles of each mirror deflected the reflection as the viewer walked past.