"Reflexive" is a statement regarding our interaction with the replacement of long held religious iconography with post-modern symbols and landscapes. Two physically identical characters engage in a cyclic philosophical discussion, both taking alternative views on the same information. The search for perspective leads the protagonist across the new 'holy-land'; where crucifixes are now telephone poles and the number of god as been incremented to reflect our modern progress. The experience he encounters cannot be interpreted objectively. It is colored by the philosophy of the interpreter. No progress is ever made and no conclusions are reached.