The National Palace Museum of Taiwan is currently exhibiting 35 works of visual illusion by Professor Kokichi Sugihara, Director of the Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS)
[Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS)]
Thirty-five works of visual illusion by Professor Kokichi Sugihara are now on display at
the National Palace Museum of Taiwan
It is a long exhibition that will run for a period of 17 months from Thursday, September 20, 2018 to Sunday, February 23, 2020.
Professor Sugihara won first prize (highest award) at the Best Illusion of the Year Contest 2018 for his work on illusory research.
This special exhibition features a collection of jade made from the Warring States period to the Han Dynasty (475 BCE-220 CE), works of illusory art, as well as works of visual illusion by Professor Sugihara, the product of his scientific research. It offers some aspects of the visual effects of these two types of works that set each other apart in time for two millennia from a perspective of illusion.
[Betwixt Reality and Illusion - Special Exhibition of Jades from the Warring States Period to the Han Dynasty in the Collection of the National Palace Museum]
Dates: From Thursday, September 20, 2018 to Sunday, February 23, 2020
Gallery: Exhibition Area I 303, 300, Northern Branch, National Palace Museum
Special Website >https://theme.npm.edu.tw/exh107/Realityandillusion/en/index.html
For an easy-to-understand video explaining Professor Sugihara’s research, visit:
Optical Illusionist (Incredible Senseis at Meiji University #1) >https://youtu.be/qZGDXoWd_M8
For general inquiries, contact: Nakano Research and Educational Support Office (MIMS), Meiji University
For inquiries from the press, contact: Public Relations Office, Meiji University