“All We Need is Inside,” the name of Jeppe Hein’s third exhibition at 303 Gallery, was also the title of a work that set a strong thematic precedent for the exhibition. All We Need is Inside consists of a two-way mirror, with neon lettering behind it spelling out the title. Viewers seeing their reflection are alerted to the immediacy of their presence within the communal space of the gallery and in relation to adjacent works. Confronting viewers with their own image is a recurring dynamic in Hein’s practice. Sine Curve I, a series of head-height reflective panels arranged in a meandering formation, continued Hein’s manipulation of space. …see the entire review in the print version of December’s Sculpture magazine.