Mirrors as Labyrinths.
by Estéban Trujillo de Gutiérrez
“My other nightmare is that of the mirror. The two are not distinct, as it only takes two facing mirrors to construct a labyrinth. I remember seeing, in the house of Dora de Alvear in the Belgrano district, a circular room whose walls and doors were mirrored, so that whoever entered the room found himself at the center of a truly infinite labyrinth.”
— –Jorge Luis Borges, “Nightmares,” Seven Nights, 1984, pg. 29.