My work explores the innate imagination of the human eye, refracting patterns into warped polygons. The mirage of depth created by the skewed geometry evokes a judgement of relativity and questions the reliability of how we perceive our world. Each piece explores a different element of structure – solid, reflected, separated and smoothed geometry – each exploring a form that could not physically exist.
Influencing artists: Mike Winkelmann, Bridget Riley
Research op art. How do works such as these by Benjamin Koder and Bridget Riley challenge our understanding of perception?
Experiment with screenprinting techniques to produce repeated patterns based on forms found in your art classroom.