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Warped Perceptions of The World

How do you perceive the world different to others?

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Warped Perceptions of The World was created as a way to show how different people perceive the world despite it being presented the same to everyone. Objects have different personal meanings to individuals, people see themselves differently than how others see them, and some people see beauty whereas others just see it for what it is. This piece was intended to represent how everyone has a warped perception of the world because of our own unique experiences. As you move through the piece things become more and more unrecognizable, leaving them completely up to the viewer's interpretation.

Warped Perceptions of The World was created as a way to show how different people perceive the world despite it being presented the same to everyone. Objects have different personal meanings to individuals, people see themselves differently than how others see them, and some people see beauty whereas others just see it for what it is. This piece was intended to represent how everyone has a warped perception of the world because of our own unique experiences. As you move through the piece things become more and more unrecognizable, leaving them completely up to the viewer's interpretation.

Warped Perceptions of The World was created as a way to show how different people perceive the world despite it being presented the same to everyone. Objects have different personal meanings to individuals, people see themselves differently than how others see them, and some people see beauty whereas others just see it for what it is. This piece was intended to represent how everyone has a warped perception of the world because of our own unique experiences. As you move through the piece things become more and more unrecognizable, leaving them completely up to the viewer's interpretation.

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