The Self-Portrait Project passed through the Brooklyn Museum at the beginning of the month, using one of the reOrder columns as a backdrop. As described on the project’s website “The Self-Portrait Project is a work-in-progress that seeks to capture the zeitgeist of New York City and beyond. It is essentially a glorified photobooth utilizing a large, two-way mirror, with a camera set up on the transparent side and the participant located on the mirror side. Using a remote trigger & the mirror’s reflection, the participant chooses how and when to shoot him/herself.”