||In September 2005, I was commissioned by the Hong Kong Science Museum to sculpturally recreate a series of Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) lithographs. The critical angles notwithstanding, no photographic trickery is in effect--the impossible objects are approximated via optical illusions. Patrons will be able to view the sculptures from various perspectives whilst peepholes'll be provided at the sweet spots. It took me about a month to build (and rebuild with glue) all four sculptures. Special thanks to Al Seckel for illusion expertise. And hats off to Andrew Lipson and Daniel Shiu.