In July 2019 the arts council funded ‘R e f l e c t’ an installation with Sense UK that explores the notion of self through a multi-sensory experience. A mirror traditionally provides only visual representation for the user. In the case of R e f l e c t, a camera housed in a mirror turns visual representation into a sonic one through the process of sonification. As a person looks into the mirror, movement and expression are tracked and converted into sound and vibration (via the SUBPAC) creating a 'sonic self portrait.' The aim is to create a deeply tangible exploration of identity that can be experienced by those with and without complex disabilities.