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Gina Ruggery's Artwork Explores Illusions Created with Space

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: • References: ginaruggeri and juxtapoz
When it comes to the surreal art world, there's nothing more mind-boggling than the use of spatial art. Gina Ruggery's artwork plays with people's perception by creating illusions out of her hyper-realistic textures and holes. With various spaces being twisted and played with, these pieces create an entirely different world.

With some of Ruggery's pieces you will truly think you're headed down the rabbit hole to another world. The spatial art that she uses blends these plausible scenarios into concrete textures in order to develop an illusive effect. One of the most interesting pieces is the one with smoke that seemingly enters one hole in the wall and then reappears from another hole in the wall close to it. The artwork is both captivating and hauntingly surreal at the same time.