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<em>Jewel Net of Indra</em><br /> <strong>Gareth Bate</strong><br /> <br /> Inspired by the Buddhist Indra's Net, which explains the world's interconnectedness by describing it as a net of jewels, each with many factes reflecting infinitely in all directions. Bates has painted hundreds of small portraits on mirrored circles, which reflect you watching them as they watch you.<br /> <br /> <em>Corbin Smith/Torontoist</em>
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Jewel Net of Indra
Gareth Bate

Inspired by the Buddhist Indra’s Net, which explains the world’s interconnectedness by describing it as a net of jewels, each with many factes reflecting infinitely in all directions. Bates has painted hundreds of small portraits on mirrored circles, which reflect you watching them as they watch you.

Corbin Smith/Torontoist

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