It was a deconstructing and constructing process over the discarded mirror that I cut to create a new piece of mirror of my own choice. It doesn't matter if the mirror is from which pieces anymore, it is the new image that is more important that it makes the most out of itself. The small pieces of mirror seems unwanted but yet together, they become one piece.
Are people just lazy of their choices of what to repair? or there were something to that smallness of action to make it more meaningful? Then I decided that there were evidence of major fixes in the world everywhere and the smaller actions were somehow more powerful in the phrase of the brokenness around us. It is somehow an action that reflect each and everyone of us. We create a new narrative that picks up where another drops off from discarded things and incidences in our lives.