Coloured rods and a mirror used to question the interpretation of perception

Contemporary art with the reflection of a colored rod in a mirror producing an optical illusion effect

Colour Discontinuity 3: March 2017

A colored rod reflected in a mirror, positioned so that the reflection of the rod coincides with another rod of a different color on the other side of the mirror, creating an ambiguous optical effect.

A study of ambiguous visual stimuli to question the nature of perception and the interpretation of reality.

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