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The Ron van der Ende Edge of Space Exhibit Plays With Perception

 - Dec 8, 2012
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The Ron van der Ende 'Edge of Space' exhibit plays with human perception. The artist's stunning sculptural pieces resemble ancient stone and crystal forms that take on the shape of objects ranging from rings and automobiles to meaty steaks.

The striking sculptures appear to be floating in mid air despite of their heavy weight. This art series is more than meets the eye, creating an illusion of the third dimension. The bas-relief perspective forms are wall hung but seem to be independently floating as they emerge into their surrounding space.

The Ron van der Ende Edge of Space exhibition pushes visual boundaries and plays with human perception. The seemingly 3D installation series tricks the eye and intrigues the viewer.