Laying on the floor and looking up at the ceiling is nothing in comparison to these incredibly composed shots by German photographer Michael Rohde Aden who create these extraordinary photographs from an almost impossible perspective. The work series ‘From Below’ with its utopian view of interior spaces challenges our perception, while showing rooms from below the floor, as if they would merely consist of glass. [source]
To create the photographs, the artist merged hundreds of individual images into one composition. The space is disorienting and viewers will remain captivated as they attempt to make sense of each arrangement. Objects that normally rest on the floor seem to be be weightless and appear to be floating and tumbling through space, while denying gravity.