Three Storeys, But the Stairs Only Go Up A new museum dedicated to the surrealist artist M.C. Escher has opened in the Hague, Netherlands. The artist, a favorite of scientists and others with logical or literal minds, died in 1972. Escher once said he “cannot refrain from demonstrating the nonsensicalness of some of what we take to be irrefutable certainties. It is ...a pleasure to deliberately mix together objects of two and three dimensions, surface and spatial relationships, and to make fun of gravity.” (AP) ...Though once visitors enter the museum, they can never quite figure out how to leave. Available in This is True: Book Collection Vol. 10
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