This artwork is named Ogenblikken and it depicts, in a sublime way, a black wall filled with holes. It is usually overlooked by the students due to the artist’s simplistic approach. Most of the people consider it to be a wall or just a part of the building.

Nevertheless, Luuk Bode from the art department, explains the reasons behind the subtle nature of this work: “If you look closely, there’s a lot more going on because behind the holes there are silver plates and they’re slanted. When you walk by, the reflection gives very different shapes.”

World distorted

Bode encourages everybody to take a closer look and experience the distorted version of the world. The reflection is the essence of this piece of art: Students can discover different aspects of the world and of themselves, by becoming part of the artwork itself.

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