Use Your Illusion I
Off the beaten path, the Govan Brown courtyard is punctuated by a provocative applique on the face of an entrance vestibule, exploring the effect of surface design and patterns on perception. Through the use of Moire pattern, contrasting colour and geometric shapes, a large-scale, high-impact and immersive installation interrupts, misleads and disorients the audience into sensing optical illusions or movement in unexpected settings. Here, see how simple surface design transforms an environment and plays with perceptions.
Available through Rollout, the Use Your Illusion I wallpaper comes in a violet, dark blue and teal colourway.
Developed for Toronto Design Week 2015
June 23, 2022