If you want to understand the work of Élise Van Thuyne, you might start by looking at her mirrored walls: wall surfaces covered with antique mirrors in a composition of rectangular shapes of various size. Some edges are cut diagonally, introducing a new direction in the composition of the image. Parts are made of faceted mirrors, so that the surfaces don’t butt up against each other, but touch gently with a slight incline. The mirrored walls look fragile.