Hundreds Of 3-D Projected Eyeballs Appear In The Window Of A Closed Subway Restaurant

March 24, 2017


This is an art installation created by 25-year old Norwegian artist Mats Skjævesland Vium in the windows of a recently closed Subway restaurant in Oslo. Eating fresh: no thank you. The installation features hundreds of 3-D projected eyeballs peering at anybody who walks by. Although I don't think they're interactive, I think they're just constantly peeking around randomly. I'm not sure what the piece means, if anything, but in my mind it's social commentary on the constant surveillance of Big Brother. But what do I know, I'm not an art critic, I'm just a kid who tries to sneak around and touch every naked statue on display at a museum. "Your teachers must have loved you on school field trips." One time the bus left me because i was hiding in a sarcophagus! You know that movie, Night At The Museum? I lived there for six days.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Bendolini M, who agrees that would make a great landmark for your walk home at night.

  • Jenness

    Were they paid for this? Because whatever it was - it was too much. I've seen Win 95 screen savers that would have been cooler than this crap.

  • The_Wretched

    I've seen enough anime to know that it's a demon.

  • Bubbubsky


  • TheQiwiMan

    "Closed Subway Restaurant" = "restaurant located in a subway that is closed"? Or a closed down sandwich chain Subway (TM) restaurant?

    These are the most important questions humankind should be asking in this day and age.

  • Cimber

    The dead shell of an actual Subway TM restaurant is the correct answer. I've eaten many a steak&cheese sub from passing by on my way home from drinking.

  • WhiteEagle2


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