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Gyujin Lee — Illusion Installation of Intersection

Narrative Material — Winter 2014

The world we see is the three-dimensional space which consists of x,y and z-axis. However, eyes conceive an object as two-dimensional image data(x- and y-axis) before brain processes to add depth and perspective(z-axis). Which means, the object on three-dimensional grid is transposed into the fake plain image without perspective.

Inspired by the optical illusion, I designed the algorithm that transposes a two-dimensional image data into an three-dimensional object. By using this algorithm, I created the installation that is conceived as a plain image even though it is three-dimensional object.