Markus Raetz Can't Seem to Decide Between Yes and No

 - Nov 10, 2011
References: crownpoint & neatorama
A slew of typography-inspired artwork and furniture has arisen lately, but Markus Raetz has decided to take this artform to a whole new level. His latest sculpture is quite indecisive, as though the artist wanted to show that people don't always have to make a choice. Instead, they can simply revel in the options available.

Markus Raetz's Yes-No sculpture changes depending on where the viewer stands. Although one solid artwork, it has been cleverly created to read either YES or NO from different perspectives. This sculptor and conceptual artist clearly likes to play mind tricks.

Based in Switzerland, Markus Raetz mainly focuses on issues of reality and illusion. By doing so, the artist creates a much deeper connection with his audience, as they try to puzzle out his work.