A pinhole, a ‘tiny eye’, is a small hole pierced in a screen which requires the viewer to observe a scene from a fixed point of view.
The exhibition Pinhole, representation of space by the artist Philippe Comar has a fresh look at perspective, playing visual tricks on visitors in two rooms of original architecture.
The various pinholes in this stunning exhibition allow visitors to discover different ways of representing space and to experiment with trompe l’oeil, distortions and optical illusions.
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