New York-based artist Seth Wulsin created an incredible piece of art that proves that perspectives are subjective. Entitled Ánimas, which means "the soul of a dead person" in Spanish, the series consists of a large installation composed of several portraits incorporated into one.
Like a hologram, this collection of suspended mesh screens projects a different face depending on the location of the viewer in relation to the piece. Each portrait is connected to one another in order to create the fascinating visual effect. Like a group of floating souls that have the ability to appear or reappear, these screens are spooky, yet fascinating.
In a world of multiple perspectives, the work by Seth Wulsin proves that all are important to complement the whole globe.
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