“Reflectance” considered the McCormick House at Elmhurst Art Museum, a single-family home designed in 1952 by Mies van der Rohe, as a living, breathing, and interactive architectural structure. Using historical dishwasher racks and reflective glass from the House of Tomorrow—a visionary design for a modernized home created by architect George Fred Keck, which was presented at the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago—Jan Tichy created a kinetic art piece that operates as a solar light space modulator (an ode to Moholy-Nagy’s experimentation at the Bauhaus). Powered by sunlight coming in from the windows, “Reflectance” reanimates the domestic objects in the McCormick House, while reflecting sunlight around the room. The first family of the McCormick House captured their lived experience and the house’s legacy through poetry, photography, film, and dance. Adding to these original works, Tichy also presented a new photographic series to reflect material imprints of the house’s original inhabitants’ lives.