LUC TUAIS 2000
This project researches various kinds of two-in-one images (necker squares, vase-faces, topsy-turvy, and Rorschach ink blots, the full/empty of the grid, the weft and the weave, and the reflected image). They represent the ‘twoness’ that surrounds us daily.
It demonstrates the intentions of two artists to tackle the same theme and at times even become a collaged single work.
It refers to why one-frame imagery is challenged and at times surpassed by the ‘eye candy’ culture we live in. And demonstrates why this makes it more and more difficult for us to stop and LOOK TWICE.
Luc Tuais, 2000.
Carry or get in, 150 x 150 cm, 1999.
PompAbe, acrylic and quilted jeans, 200 x 250 cm, 2000.
Abcd, acrylic on blanket, 200 x 200 cm.