You can certainly hear Gustav Troger walking from a mile away.
Thing is, you just might not be able to see him even when he gets close.
“I, myself, disappear and actually just people are showing around me. It’s like an empty, animated void, if you want to call it like this,” the Austrian artist says, describing the effect of his mirror suit.
His entire body is covered, even his face, by hundreds of small mirrors.
Troger’s whole goal for creating "Mirror Man" is to have people question reality by looking at him, and seeing themselves instead.
He feels it's a unique way for people to notice the world around them by looking through him.
“It’s sort of testing reality. What is reality about? That’s why all reality really exists in the minds of people and the history of people,” he says.