The “Emergence Lab” is a hand-painted anamorphic glass sculpture by artist Thomas Medicus. Its title refers to a phenomenon called emergence. Through a plug system made out of 216 laser cut acrylic glass strips, a cubic framework, which contains layers pointing towards all three spatial dimensions, is created.

On each side of the cube, there is one anamorphic artwork that can always only be seen from one point. Since every figure fills the exact same surface as its counterpart on the opposite side, the rear image is covered while looking at one figure. Before painting the fragments of the images separately on the stripes with acrylic paint, the segmentation has been planned entirely. In order to prevent irritating reflections within the strips, this art installation floats in silicone oil.

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