No Mirror

by Maria Bang Espersen Sweden

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“No Mirror” is made of steel and glass that has been stretched and folded multiple times. It is an approach to hot glass that Maria Bang Espersen has continued to explore since 2011.

Like the glass itself mimics multiple other materials, “No Mirror” likewise does nothing more than resemble a mirror: One can never find one’s own reflection in it.

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Maria Bang Espersen received an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, a BA from the Royal Danish Academy on Bornholm, DK and a technical glass education from Kosta School of Glass, SE. Her work has been shown at The Corning Museum of Glass, The V&A in London, and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston to mention a some. Her work has awarded her multiple international prizes including Talent Award of the Jutta Cuny-Franz Foundation (2015), Coburg Prize (2014), and the International Glass Prize (2012). The work is found in collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Corning Museum of Glass, Musee-atelier du verre and Glasmuseum Alter Hof Herding. Residencies include Wheaton Arts, Corning Museum of Glass, The Core Program, USA and S12 in Norway among others.
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