After    Cerith    Wyn    Evans            2001__2002__2011________2018______2019

When individuals say "/am thus", they do not confess existentially crucial self-knowledge; they basically mean "/? is thus".

The concave mirror problematises the possibility of the construction of contemporary identity through a linguistic or symbolic order, a 'mirror image'. Identity is presented to be transient, with the material and the symbolic coming out of processes of materialisation and signification coexisting in the body/self. However, figure and ground merge to escape - inverse, reverse and perverse - classifications.