Simon Schubert’s enigmatic and ethereal art works are made using intricate paper folding techniques. Depicting Baroque-inspired interiors, the low relief of the folds and the neutral light and shade gives each artwork a ghostly feel. Each mural features a grand palatial interior but the disorientating perspective and the lack of shadow depth creates an eerie and perplexing unfamiliarity. To add to the sense of mystery, each room seems to lead to another space; a disappearing staircase, corridor or door ajar hints at more mysterious spaces beyond that are just out of reach. Born in Germany in 1973, Simon Schubert describes his paper folding artworks as sculptural drawings that move between two and three dimensions. Simon Schubert references the book Alice in Wonderland as an inspiration and these three murals by Mineheart certainly take the viewer to hidden worlds.