Mirror for Room 411 is meant to activate a very banal room devoid of personality. A photograph is taken of the reflection of the space from a mirror propped up on two Styrofoam pieces. A detail from the room, in this case, a pipe next to the mirror, is recreated on the opposite wall as a sort of intervention/reflection of the actual pipe. The pipe is then captured in the reflection in the mirror but afterwards it is removed from the room. The resulting photograph is then mounted on the back of the mirror, which is placed sitting on the same two pieces of Styrofoam in the original spot. The photograph mimics a reflection that once existed, which can now only be seen from one vantage point, showing us a detail that no longer exists. This result confuses the viewer’s sense of perception and questions what is real.