The visual perception of things in space mainly depends on light and the angle of view.
Die visuelle Wahrnehmung von Dingen im Raum hängt hauptsächlich vom Licht und dem Blickwinkel ab.
“The charming impossibility of deconstructing a multilayered reality”
This project includes photos created by mixing objects behind windows of fashion stores with reflections of many other different objects seen in the window pane. Each photo shows the result of one single exposure. The photos are free of any manipulation, nothing has been added or removed. The merging of many individual layers and the associated change in size makes it almost impossible to interpret the actual conditions.
The viewer faces a somewhat surreal scenery that raises questions about our visual perception of so-called reality.
Modern philosophy and science are based on the idea that our perception of the world is an illusion that both reveals and hides an underlying reality. In many cases, this idea has also been associated with mystical systems of thought, as in some Eastern philosophies that view reality as a game of fictions manifested by a universal mind. In the West, it was the intellectual basis for rationalism and empiricism that gave birth to modern natural and social science.