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Arnout Meijer, one point perspective

Arnout Meijer,
one point perspective

The series, a total of 8 different lighting objects, question the viewer about the affects of perception. “Optical illusions are not independent deceiving sights, they define our way of seeing. Just as our view on imagery in media and internet depict the world around us”, Meijer explains. Through the design of products, sculptures and installations, Arnout looks into the relationship between reality and illusion. Every piece encapsulates a shape of light that changes depending on your position in space. Faced head on you see a geometrical pattern, but seen from an angle the shape distorts and its depth accelerates. The led points function not only as a source of light, but at the same time as a sculptural medium to depict intangible objects through the optical surface. One point of view creates a fixed sight. Just as a light beam, where light travels outwards, in a beam of sight, appearances travel in. Everything is centered in the eye of the spectator. This view appears to be the whole reality, but the visible is not what confronts the single eye. The complete image is formed by a totality of multiple views. No two sights are the same, you are the vanishing point of your own perspective.