This temporary installation was an interactive place for collecting and reflecting on others and the surrounding environment, and not one’s self. It was a mirrored enclosed space adjacent to a shallow pool reflecting users and the environment around them. A maze was contained within the space with contemplation stations were users could sit and reflect on the image before them. A camera behind one of the images in one of the contemplation stations projected the seated user’s image onto the monitor that was located on the outside of the structure adjacent to the pool. The concept was that one’s image is projected to the public, which is common in the Instagram, selfie, social media world we live in today, but the user could not participate in the viewing. Only in the reflective pool area could users gather with others and look at an image of someone else. The only way they could see themselves is in the mirrored structure, and this reflection they could not control, for it included the reflection of everyone else standing before it and the surrounding environment.