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Disorienting Spatial Projections


For this trippy installation, artist Peter Koler was inspired by movies such as “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” and “Metropolis” where architecture plays an important role in evoking emotions from its viewers. Kogler wanted to change spaces before the viewers' eyes. Using large graphic projections, the walls seem to shift, expand, and move all at once. Quite disorienting, don't you think?


Peter Kogler's websitevia [Collabcubed]
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