Lisha Bai
This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.
For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.
- Erin Saunders
Lisha Bai
This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.
For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.
- Erin Saunders
Lisha Bai
This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.
For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.
- Erin Saunders
Lisha Bai
This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.
For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.
- Erin Saunders

Lisha Bai

This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.

For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.

- Erin Saunders

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Lisha Bai

This architectural installation at the National Academy in New York City by artist Lisha Bai is titled Undulate. These illusory floor tiles add dimension and movement to an otherwise overlooked space; a traditional setting is instantly made creative and contemporary. By playing with perception, Bai is able to reimagine the floor beneath our feet as a place of artistic potential and exploration.

For more of Bai’s work, check out her website here.

- Erin Saunders

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on January 11, 2013

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