The Illusion Exhibit's Goal Is To Confuse Your Brain
Sep 09, 2013 09:18
The whole point of the ILLUSION exhibit at the Science Gallery in Dublin is to make you question just about everything.
ILLUSION explores the intersection of art, science and psychology and it's goal is to confuse you. It shows what the brain perceives and misunderstands,
It includes "Supermajor" by Matt Kenyon (below), which appears to depict oil flowing back into cans against gravity; "Delicate Boundaries" by Chris Sugrue (above) which allows viewers to interact with "organic" shapes that seem to swarm around anything that touches a screen; and "Columba" by Roseline de Thelin (below), which uses manipulated fiber optics to create the outline of a human form.
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