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M.C. Escher-Inspired Artwork Made From Home Decor

Los Angeles-based artist Samara Golden channeled her inner M.C. Escher for this topsy-turvey art installation titled The Flat Side of the Knife, as displayed at MoMA/PS1. For the display, Golden converted a two-story space with common household things like couches, beds, staircases, tables and lamps. The mirrored floor finishes the optical illusion reminiscent of Escher's mind-bending 1953 artwork Relativity.

And here's Relativity by M.C. Escher for comparison:


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Hmm. The pictures seem to focus on the mirrored floor. Does she have a bed suspended under a landing and another bed attached to the ceiling? I'm not sure if I'm seeing this correctly. It's a mind-bender!
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