TROXLER EFFECT.

The Troxler effect is an optical illusion affecting visual perception. Stare into a mirror for several minutes and you may notice your face begin to distort. It could even morph into something downright scary. The protagonist is experiencing the Troxler’s effect, although we can only see his reaction. The distorted cellphone is a reference to the Troxler effect.

40 x 60 cm
2020
Martha Vanhoof
Andrée Clément
marjoke schulten
marjoke schulten
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Frank Coenegrachts
Helga Renders
Betty Rabijns
Betty Rabijns
Betty Rabijns
Christine Marchand
Vanessa Van Meerhaeghe
Vanessa Van Meerhaeghe
Guy Blockx
Filip Callewaert
THilly roOTHooft THOTH
Guy Blockx
Andrée Clément
Marianne Derluyn
Marianne Derluyn
Marianne Derluyn
Eefje Van den Brande
Eefje Van den Brande
Christine Marchand
Yvonne Willemse
Del Bosque Art
andreas valkenborgh
Pia Cabuy
Liesje Cartreul
Simonne Debie
Steven Dag
Filip Callewaert
Andrée Clément
Andrée Clément
Andrée Clément
Andrée Clément
Andrée Clément
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Ann Verdonck
Greet Gemis
Steven Dag
ann coenen
ann coenen
ann coenen
ann coenen
Guy Blockx
carline vandeputte
carline vandeputte
carline vandeputte
Martha Vanhoof
Martha Vanhoof
Martha Vanhoof
Carlos Vande Neste
Christine Marchand
Filip Callewaert
Els Wydaeghe
Jean-Pierre DE CUYPER
Jean-Pierre DE CUYPER
Jean-Pierre DE CUYPER