Everyone perceives reality in different ways. Our brain interprets what we see in the world around us depending on its individual composition, the functionality of our senses and the communication between eyes and brain. In order to create a visual reality the brain needs certain information from our eyes as input, such as motion, edges and color. The collection 'Illusive mind' focuses on playfully distorting this communication in order to reveal the boundaries between reality and individual perception: surrendering to an illusion in which given materials, appearances, shapes and prints create a motion that exists only in our mind.

Photography by Team Peter Stigter