Combining meticulous artistry, subtle humor, and rigorous attention
to the physical behavior of imaginary substances, M. C. Escher
(Dutch, 18981972) created worlds whose absurd, impeccably
principled physics and rogue geometries mock our perception of
spatiality. A flat aqueduct improbably rises upward, creating a
waterfall. Birds slowly emerge from undefined shapes and take
flight. Interlocking creatures march in endless patterns, the
artists homage to the tiles of the Moorish palace, the Alhambra.
Escher took delight in confounding
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