When nothing is at right angles, nothing seems to vanish to the same point...Gehry's distorted perspective planes and illusionistic use of framing members engender the same feeling in the beholder [as do Ronald Davis's paintings where "the viewer is suspended above the warped perspective grids and tipped towards them"]; the tilting of planes expected to be horizontal or vertical and the converging of studwork members cause one to feel suspended and tipped in various directions oneself.

Source type: picture
Info: Robert Davis / Tilt / color etching with aquatint on Arches paper / 1980
Original size: 836x1541 px. Edit