Artist's description:

Working with multiple layers of paint and with the rhythmic repetition of the triangular motif, I create a surface where colour, shape and depth loose stability - confusing the brain and tricking the eye. I recently read an article by Dr. Oliver Sacks in the New Yorker*, where he describes the experience of a patient who regained his sight after 50 years. The man was unable to distinguish objects or understand distance - his brain was unable to process what he saw; resulting in a confused jumble of shapes and colour. I was fascinated by the account of this phenomenon.
*http://www.wfu.edu/art/art111/files/12_tosee.pdf

Materials used:

oil paint

See, Not See (2014)

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  • Size: 39.37 × 39.37 × 1.97 in / 39.37 × 39.37 in (actual image size)
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