A strategy used in the exhibition is mirroring and reflection. The mirror is able to shift subject/object relations, making the viewer consciously complicit within the viewing experience. On the most obvious level, the viewer’s reflection becomes part of what is viewed – a point of self-reflection – but more than that, the moving reflection introduces a temporality to the viewing experience, which is changed by aspect and proximity. The mirror documents the walked passage through the container and the performance of that journey. Mirror texts on display contain physiological and behavioural descriptions of rhinos.