“Even though a mirror is two-dimensional, it feels three-dimensional to me. Maung Maung is the Korean word for an obscured sense of depth; when a view is so vast that you lose a sense of where it ends. I’m inspired by a sense of endlessness that is presented by mirrors. Beyond reflection, there’s a blurring of space and time that captivates the mind.” - Nina Cho
The Maung Maung Mirrors are composed of a few different colors of tinted glass mirrors and polished metals. The graphic brings nature scenes into the domestic space in an abstract way. The composition was carefully chosen to display a relationship between entities by their proportions and proximity to one another. The mirror functions as both an art piece and a functional design while adding depth to the room.