The three dimensional work of Hughes skillfully combines themes of perspective, paradox and the persistence of vision. Hughes has named his painting technique Reverspective, a presentation that is itself a visual paradox: objects that are far away appear the closest.
Hughes’ work is highly interactive on a physical level, viewers complete the work by exploring the multifarious vantage points that each piece offers.
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Corner Stores, 2011
Oil on board construction
20.5 x 62 x 9.5” / 52 X 157 X 24 cm
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