Richard Dickson led this meeting of the Unit. Definitions:
- The throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it: the reflection of light
- An amount of light, heat, or sound that is reflected by a body or surface: the reflections from the streetlights gave us just enough light
- An image seen in a mirror or shiny surface: Marianne surveyed her reflection in the mirror
- A thing that is a consequence of or arises from something else: a healthy skin is a reflection of good health in general
- A thing bringing discredit to someone or something: it was a sad reflection on society that because of his affliction he was picked on
- The conceptual operation of inverting a system or event with respect to a plane, each element being transferred perpendicularly through the plane to a point the same distance the other side of it.
- Serious thought or consideration: he doesn’t get much time for reflection
- An idea about something, especially one that is written down or expressed: reflections on human destiny and art.
Using the attached sheet artists were asked to interpret any one of these definitions in a variety of mediums . Various reflective surfaces were used to create partial and distorted reflections . Work that was created demonstrated both reflection of image as well as the concept of reflective thought and action.