For her series 'Orphee', Rumando created multi-faceted self-portraits in which a round mirror, resembling a porthole, functions as a window into her subconscious. Reflected in the mirror are her memories and she is seen in front of the mirror as well as inside it - she is her past, present and future all at once. Rumando has created the entire series in her home, using multiple techniques and a wide range of material from wigs and appropriated images to fire and blood. Each image layer was shot separately then pieced together to create a photomontage, which was re-photographed on film to produce the final work. The title was taken from Jean Cocteau's 1950 film 'Orphee', whose use of a mirrored portal paralleled her own.
Works from this series were shown at Tate Modern, London, as part of the exhibition 'Performing for the Camera' in 2016.