This work is an experimental array of the abstractive figure that interprets how an optical illusion can be accepted by visual cognition of spatial in terms of correlation with repeated visual graphics.

Image 1) The array of the abstractive figure is comprised of the different angle of visual perception which repeated shapes appear negative or positive form depending on how visual focus is related to another. The parallel lines in perspective views of visual construction also give a spatial optical illusion. Image
Image 2) The parallel lines in perspective views of visual construction gives a spatial optical illusion.  The array of the abstractive figure is comprised of the different angle of visual perception which repeated shapes appear negative or positive form depending on how visual focus is related to another. Image3) The work represents the spatial of visualization in which each strip is integrating with different depth of space in terms of a different color, saturation, and position. As seeing the depth of the focal point, the color strip is changing a different location that is seen by the optical illusion.​​​​​​​ These findings can be potentially applied to product and architecture that interacts with human through the everyday life.
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