Visual artist Elise Victoria Louise Windsor created the series “Trompe l’oeil Petite Mansion,” which is exactly what it sounds like: a series of tromp l’oeil images in a small house. The photographs take on a illusionary quality, as images of old Toronto homes are made tangible with the addition of origami, dimensional shapes. It is the artists intent to “shift the viewer’s perception by introducing another dimension into the picture plane by calling attention to the 2-dimensionality of photographs.” Windsor’s work seems to have domesticated similarities to the portraits of Alma Haser (previously featured here).
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Me looking sweaty and haggard as fuq. Photos by John Ulaszek.
Two participants amplifying their heartbeats at my installation for Supernova. Photos by John Ulaszek.
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