In pictures: Peter Kogler’s rooms of illusions

Art Brussels 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts 3

As one of the pioneers of the computer-generated art, Austrian artist Peter Kogler has been creating some of the most visually warped rooms for more than 30 years now.

Using paint and projections, he makes simple rooms look warped and twisted. With his latest psychedelic installations at the ING Art Center in Brussels, Kogler still manages to surprise the viewers.

Sigmund Freud Museum, Schauraum, Wien, 2015 Photo Atelier Kogler 2

Sigmund Freud Museum, Schauraum, Wien, 2015 Photo Atelier Kogler

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Art Brussels 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts 2

Art Brussels 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

MSU, museum of contemporary art Zagreb, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler

MSU, museum of contemporary art Zagreb, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler

MSU, museum of contemporary art Zagreb, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler 2

MSU, museum of contemporary art Zagreb, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler

Ich ist eine Ego-Maschine, ERES Stiftung, München, 2016

Ich ist eine Ego-Maschine, ERES Stiftung, München, 2016

Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler

Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, 2014 Photo Atelier Kogler

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts 3

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts 2

Art Center, Brussels, 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

Art Brussels 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

Art Brussels 2016 Photo Vincent Everarts

 

 

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