Just like Playing Concertinaed I spent some time photographing the panels of Elegy individually and in pairs against the silver mylar reflective film. All panels are sitting on a ledge and are not level with the camera. I have left more of the silver film visible in these images which are less about documenting the painting as painting and more about the painting as object and painting as reflected object via the mirroring in the film. I find the fluid quality of the background intriguing, particularly in the way it is juxtaposed with the solid dark side of the painting, but also the wood grain of the interior cradle. A weird space that is simultaneously flat and fluid (rippling with depth) is present in the photos. Additionally, cropping the image so that the reflective surface forms a frame around the object reminds me of the mirror famed works I was looking at a year ago in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.