Conceived as part of the 'Mirror' exhibition in 1997, the work of the British artist Amanda Wilson returned the viewer's attention to an investigation on the construction of individuality. In the basement of the space she constructed a series of wooden, backlit vitrines, which contained traces taken from her newborn child.
Amanda Wilson Mirror, 1997 Installation view, the Museum of Installation, London. Photograph: Edward Woodman
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