3601 Lyon St.
San Francisco, California 94123

What’s new this summer? You — at the Exploratorium. Reflections lets you look at your own image as you've never seen it before. Reflections is an exhibition combining new art installations by New York-based artist Daniel Rozin -- interactive works that highlight Rozin’s provocative take on self-examination -- as well as re-imagined exhibits and Exploratorium classics. See your reflection with imagery of your skeleton, blood flow, and beating heart superimposed. Multiply your visage into hundreds of kaleidoscopic views, use computers and curved mirrors to distort your appearance, experiment with your own face under different wavelengths of light — and play with perspective to capture aspects of yourself you’ve rarely witnessed. While you’re at it, explore the scientific and cultural history of mirrors — one of humankind’s most influential and intimate technologies — through activities and special events in conjunction with the exhibition.

Added by Raphael Rosen on May 20, 2009