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October 1 - November 15

Wales, UK


Burry Port

Wales, UK


This artwork is part of an international collaboration, which shows works by three artists, who are hosting one another’s self-portraits. 


We have been in conversation over recent years, online and in person. By hosting one another's self-portraits, we are acknowledging that our conversations act as mirrors, and that the conversations and the connections we have made with one another hold meaning. These recent years have felt like civilizational thresholds, as well as personal thresholds in each of our lives. Engaging with kindness, and being witnessed by each other, we have been able to move towards seeing ourselves with more clarity. 


It is in the long work of self-scrutiny that we can find the deeper material of our dreams, our fears, our desires; and can see clearly our own pain, and within that pain our beauty. And through this work we are gathering courage, to find ways forward both in our work as artists, and in playing our part locally to bring about positive change in our communities. 

“The quality of light by which we scrutinize our lives has direct bearing upon the product which we live, and upon the changes which we hope to bring about through those lives.”   Audre Lorde, Poetry is Not a Luxury (1977)


The artists involved in “Mirroring” are Wales-based Roz Moreton and Siân Barlow, and California-based Jen Herzig Smith. 

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