It is an experimental device that helps people see themselves as part of their context, or maybe lures them into confusing themselves with the context. Checker-patterned mirror pieces reflect the world from one side and expose the world from another side. It combines images from both side and creates a collage that shows both the subject and context, reality and illusion, seen and unseen.
The mirror does what you do, and it does what she or he does as well. It is about not only how you behaved but also how you influenced others. You look into it, you also look through it.