Josiah McElheny's Mirrored Glass Works. Diana also talks about this work in the interview, and says that "'Not Through' relates to my thinking about my lack of flexibility with imagination. I think that happened with puberty because with puberty I got a certain self-conciousness."
This piece is called "The End" and deals with infinity and death. It is made up of cigarette butts, glass and a beehive frame. Cherbuliez references her father(Who is a psychiatrist and a beekeeper) with the frame and her own bad habit of cigarettes and the cycle of bees, as well as the neverending cycle of death and labor in both. This interview talks more about this work and a few others.
What I like about Cherbuliez's work is the tediousness of her pieces and the intellect that fuels them. In this piece(above), titled "The Road to Good Intentions ", Cherbuliez uses matches and a mirror to complete a full image of a continuous bridge.
Diana Cherbuliez's website.