The word mirage comes from Latin "mirari", which translates as looking or wondering at something. 

A mirage is a naturally occurring optical illusion in which rays of light are bent when refracted, thus producing a displaced image of objects that are far away or in the sky.

This collection of works is a play on the themes of double and reflection in which reality is distorted beyond recognition. 

The results are multiple visual quid pro quo that pretend to be mirages, made-up images that represent a real optical illusion.
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