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Rotating head illusion and Yes/No by Markus Raetz

Swiss painter, sculptor, and photographer Markus Raetz creates lyrical art that explores illusion and perception. In the piece above, rotating leaves of cut metal reveal a “turning” head in the illuminated space between them. In Yes/No, below, your point of view changes the response given:

You can see more videos of Raetz’s work, including a 10m documentary, at Visual News.

In the archives: optical illusionskinetic sculptures, and perception.

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