ESPEJISMO: A Festival of Borrowed Reflections

April 24 – 30, 2017

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From April 24th through 30th, mirrors borrowed from Yale students, New Haven residents, and communities around the world will line the floor of the Bekenstein Atrium of the Yale School of Management’s Edward P. Evans Hall.  Espejismo is an art installation that invites its audience to reflect on the perspectives of others and share personal thoughts about seeing and being seen. Simultaneously, will collect personal reflections on the question “When people see you, what would you like them to know?” The responses, available online and in print, will complement the installation by revealing to audiences the surprising complexity of those around them. The project—the first of its kind at SOM—is a collaboration between SOM students, Colombian-American artist Yazmany Arboleda, and the creative agency limeSHIFT.

Find out how to submit a mirror.
Mirrors can be dropped off at Trinity Church until April 21.

Become a part of this Espejismo by sharing a reflection.

Read the submitted online reflections.

Edward P. Evans Hall
165 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
United States