Today, I discovered the incredible work by Patrick Hughes. His ‘reverspective’ paintings explore perspective and visual paradox in three-dimensional pieces that are beautiful and mind-bending in equal measure!
When we stand still, each painting seems flat and two-dimensional. As soon as we move, the image appears to move with us, it takes on a depth that was not visible before. And the perspectives are inverted: what should be far away is in reality the closest to us.
I wonder how it would be if we viewed our lives in that same way, if what seems distant is actually right here, and all the clutter that feels like it’s in the forefront is actually much further away. Would this inversion of perspective help us make decisions more easily and see through the noise?
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