Quartz crystal plays an essential role in a long list of media devices. Radio, record player, television, telephone, computer among many others all rely on the mechanical property of quartz crystals in the shape of crystal oscillators. With the effect that translates electricity into oscillation and back, it enables us to see ourselves through the objects we create. Quartz Mirror mimics the familiar form of mirror, using sliced, polished and silvered pieces of quartz, the unfamiliar yet prevalent basis for ways to duplicate and distribute images. It's a reflection through a technological myth, suspended between two mirrors.
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