In the Museum of Illusions of over 700m2, visitors can be immersed in optical illusions. But that’s not all, you can also solve exciting brain teasers. The museum exhibits remind visitors time and again that their world might as well be an illusionary decay and that by looking differently you can get to know in a different way.
Perception is not reality
The collection focuses on how the brain works and how people deal with it. “The representation that what our brains understand through the brain is not always the reality,” said museum director Damir C.
The museum is questioning a popular social topic. At a time when, partly as a result of social media, points of view are quickly becoming, and there is little left for dialogue, but the museum is pressing its visitors to the facts and gives valuable advice: «First, check whether your space is the right one. It is quite possible that someone else sees what you do not see. That perspective may be even more valuable than your experience»,
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