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We already talked about Aakash’s work previously, but the 5th of April he will be exposing for the first time in Italy at the Wunderkammern Gallery in Rome.

Born in Queens (USA) but with indian origins, he uses coloured flourescent adhesive tape to construct simple geometrical shapes that simulate a parallel 3d world. These shapes work thanks to intelligent optical illusions which work only at certain point of views. The observer then interacts with the shapes, makes them come alive, giving it a different sense every time. In his street installations people interact with the tape entering in the new dimension and becoming part of it or simply engages without even knowing.


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