An art installation that invites people to reflect on the glass ceiling with patience and introspection; break it.
A cluster of mirrors is placed in the center of the ceiling conditioned to move apart when the observer stands long enough under the spotlight. Only when the mirrors are apart will a reflection of the observer be revealed. This interaction is an attempt to symbolize the slow change of the gender gap in our economic system. The final outcome of the self-reflection reminds us that the change begins with us. The glass ceiling should not be transparent; we can make a change by being aware of behaviors that reinforce the gender gap. We can develop our awareness by looking at ourselves, by standing under the light and reflecting.