The project ”Peerspectives” was born out of the desire to invite space itself for a dance, and share the felt sense of dancing with an audience, regardless of their physical ability.
The movement of six mirrors invites the spectators gaze into a whirling dance with its own reflections. As time passes and the outlook folds back upon itself, what is real and what is a mirage starts to blur, questioning the way our own perspectives shape the world we see.
Through a dancing dialogue between the room and its observer, Peerspectives investigates what happens when the spectator's gaze becomes the centre of attention. Through one's own reflection or that of a camera, watching itself and erasing the individual body, the individual perspective is invited to ponder upon its own implications.