Features of Op Art
Op Art is all about creating visual illusions that trick the eye and challenge the brain. Some of the key features of Op Art include:
The illusion of movement
Op Art uses patterns and lines to create the illusion of movement, giving the impression that the artwork is in motion.
Op Art plays with optical effects such as moiré patterns – created by overlapping lines or grids at different angles. It also utilizes the afterimage effect, where an image persists in your brain even after you’ve stopped looking at the artwork.
Op Art often features geometric shapes, such as circles, squares, and triangles, arranged in intricate patterns that create a sense of depth and dimensionality.
Engages the senses
Op Art is a highly sensory experience that engages not only your visual sense but also your sense of movement and balance. As you move around the artworks, they appear to shift and change, creating a dynamic and immersive experience – hence the name The Dynamic Eye for this exhibition.
Op Art challenges your brain to make sense of visual illusions, and can spark creativity allow the brain to see things from a new perspective.
Experience the mesmerizing world of Op Art for yourself. Don’t miss out on the chance to engage your senses, spark your creativity, and explore the mind-bending world of Op Art.