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Like many of my paintings, I am interested in presenting images which can shift between at least two ways of perceiving Three-dimensional geometric shapes. There is a "switch" in the brain that prevents us from perceiving both ways of seeing the drawing of cube for example at the same time. You can either see it from one perspective or the other. But try as you may, you can't "see" both perspectives at the same time. I am very interested in that phenomenon. In that respect I like to think of many of my abstract paintings as something akin to Yantras which are used as meditation devices to fix the gaze and to seek that liminal point in which both perspectives might be seen together, in the same moment. Is it possible for you? I invite you to try.


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