Mirrored Spaces

Some places are not accessible due to their nature. Still, they are an integral part of the city and should be preserved as cultural heritage.

The aim is to digitize these abandoned places and make them accessible around the world using the Artificial Museum. With a self-constructed "head-mounted display" (a mirror that is attached to my head), I walk eyeless through these abandoned spaces, scan and transform them into virtual artifacts at their point of origin. You can experience these artworks with your smartphone or AR glasses and position them in the real world.


LITTO / Daniela Weiss
located in Vienna & the metaverse

My shadowed identity led me to arts.

Growing up as an identical twin, I always felt my mirrored face was not a real representation of myself and my identity. And there is more to explore behind that face.
My research deals with the gap that connects the physical realm and our imagination.
In my virtual world rules are undefined and perception is twisted, places become active identities, identities become blurred and time glitches away.

My artistic practice uses a multi-disciplinary approach, utilizing programming and 3d design tools to create the virtual worlds, mirrors, cameras and a gimbal to connect them with reality.