Always looking for new ways of creating illusions of depth and dimension, I wanted to realize this idea for a long time, using transparent acrylic sheets, that were mounted with a little distance over each other. Applying the paint directly on each specific level gives the viewer the illusion of a three dimensional model, especially when chaning the viewing position in front of the piece. For these first two works, I used images from fragile situations in similarily fragile surroundings, not obviously marked as such in common sense. I implicated tiny hints that transform these ad hoc as as “normal” appering settings/situations into very questionable – fragile – realities that the viewer may (or may not) encode, based on their personal experience and personality.

Acrylic ink and enamel

3 layers of acrylic sheet mounted on wood