Peter Kogler has some amazing psychedelic room installations done in the previous year. He also showed us the amazing work in warped walls and trippy walkways. This time, the artist from Austria, decided to show us an optical illusion on how time and space can be bent. He made use of amazing techniques to show how perplexing optical illusion can appear in rooms.

The only techniques made use of by this artist was intersecting lines and bold graphics. The simple white walls and flat floors of galleries, transit stations and ordinary lobbies were transformed into canvases to create these marvelous optical illusions. The sketch like visuals that were made gave an appearance that the floors were about the rise, ceilings were curved and it only made use of 2-D eye catching designs to achieve this. With this work, viewers tend to perceive the rooms in different and unexpected ways.

If you wish to see more work of Peter Kogler, you can go to his website, which is updated on a regular basis and his optical illusion works from all over the world are highlighted here.

ING Art Center, Brussels, 2016. Photo by Vincent Everarts.

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

Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, 2014. Photo courtesy Atelier Kogler.

Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, 2014. Photo by Atelier Kogler.

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

DIRIMART Gallery, Istanbul, 2011. Photo courtesy Atelier Kogler.

DIRIMART Gallery, Istanbul, 2011. Photo courtesy Atelier Kogler.