Attempt the absurd
Puck de Haan - Seeing is believing
Tessa van Vuren - Illusion
Daan Lucas - Pulse
In my opinion, the power is Escher’s work is the melting together of one reality and another, like a symbiosis. Inspired on this, I made this hand drawn projection mapping¸ Pulse.
In Pulse, I want the viewer to believe that the reality and unreality are melting together in an illusion. Pulsating organic shapes cover the building like a wavy blanket and become a new reality. What remains part of the canvas, Museum Escher in het Paleis, and what is the animation?
Thijs Diksboorn - Off the wall
Can Oksas - Liquid Paintings
Jasper Hesseling - Digital echos in relative space
Our identity and personality, once firmly anchored in the physical world, are gradually dissolving into the vast expanse of digital space. This space is no longer limited by the physical laws of nature. We will be in a world where time and identity are dynamic and ever-shifting. My work reflects this world, inspired by the relativity studies by Escher.
Franka Wiggers - Transcending Form
Joost van Woerden - Endless ode to Escher
In Escher’s domain where the spirit rises, turning cogwheels, time that subtly touches.
Stop motion, a ballet of wood and dream, poetry and twists, like a quiet stream.
Math whispers through meandering wheels. Ending and beginning, shadows threaded through wood. Escher’s vision, a dance of light and lines. An artful game with time, small and delicate.
A butterfly flutters, a peaceful dove floats, in a glimmer of wood where the present shivers. A message of love, an ode to the heart, braided in wood, like an artistic start.
Mans Weghorst - Aquatic fantastic
Anthony Jégu - The Birth of a Planetoid
Tim Bootsma - Pattern Pattern
Dieuwer Feldbrugge - Diffuse geometries
Marieke van der Burg - SLIT
Udo Prinsen - Penrose Tiling
Rien Esterik - INSIDE OUT
Ever since Escher’s work entered ‘Het Paleis’ the building will never be perceived the same way. No longer is it just stone and wood and glass but its form is now a visual property waiting to be bent, twisted; looked upon through new eyes.
See a short story of ideas gathering power to enter ‘Het Paleis’ and – when inside – alter its form from the inside out. Leading to the inevitable conquering of stone and wood and glass by the power of perception. Enjoy!