There are things like reflecting pools, and images, an infinite reference from one to the other, but no longer a source, a spring. There is no longer any simple origin. For what is reflected it split in itself and not only as an addition to itself of its image. The reflection, the image, the double, splits what it doubles. The origin of the speculation becomes a difference. What can look at itself is not one; and the law of the addition of the origin to its representation, or the thing to its image, is that one plus one makes at least three. (Derrida, Jacques (1976). Of Grammatology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, p. 36)
EXHIBITIONS Art Athina, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art, Athens, 1999 (Cat)
COURTESY the artist EDITION 1 + artist’s copy
Sophia Kosmaoglou PETIT OBJET A (1999)
Lambda print, 100 x 100 cm.