‘All Eyes On You’ by Anna Pogossyan is a thought-provoking mirror installation that explores the profound connection between self-reflection, perception, and the human experience. This project delves into the idea that the eyes serve as a mirror to the soul and invites viewers to confront themselves, their choices, and the judgments of others in a unique and immersive manner.
The project consists of multiple convex mirrors adorned with abstract kaleidoscopic patterns. Each mirror’s convexity distorts the surrounding environment, creating a mesmerizing visual effect that reflects and distorts both light and passersby.
As people engage with the installation, they may instinctively want to capture the artwork through photography. Yet, in doing so, they unwittingly become an integral part of the artwork itself. ‘All Eyes On You’ thus encapsulates the tension between being an observer and a participant, prompting viewers to reflect on the consequences of their actions and the power of their presence in the eyes of others.
Ultimately, this project aims to provoke introspection and encourage meaningful decision-making. ‘All Eyes On You’ poses a fundamental question: What choices will you make when you are acutely aware that all eyes are on you?