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Luis González Palma: Anamorphosis and the ability to manipulate perception

Luis González Palma, Untitled Mobius (Catoptric)
Credit: Luis González Palma, Untitled Mobius (Catoptric), 2014, digital printing on rice paper with chrome cylinder. © Luis González Palma, Courtesy of the artist and Lisa Sette Gallery, Phoenix.⁣

Anamorphosis in the visual arts is a perspective technique that presents a distorted image when viewed. However, the distortion disappears when reflected in a curved mirror or at a specific angle. ⁣

Today, artists like Luis González Palma are intrigued by anamorphosis and the ability to manipulate perception. González Palma explores perception as a means of understanding how we respond to what we see. He uses photography to create portraits, tableaux, abstract compositions, installations, and objects. ⁣

Explore how the earlier works and today’s contemporary art, like the work of González Palma, have shaped how we see motion in stills and video. Fly through centuries of scientific and artistic explorations at ????????????????????????????????: ???????????? ???????????????????? ???????? ????????????????????????.

Luis González Palma, Untitled Mobius (Catoptric)

Credit: Luis González Palma, Untitled Mobius (Catoptric), 2014, digital printing on rice paper with chrome cylinder. © Luis González Palma, Courtesy of the artist and Lisa Sette Gallery, Phoenix.⁣\
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