Collection: Perceiving by Sight (1992)

Perceiving by Sight was created four years after I presented the first work, Shot by a Sight (1988). This is a graph of data from the mechanical reading of the way the human pupil moves.

     We are bound to be shocked to learn that, if we focus on the act by which we understand the whole or the parts of a person or object the method of understanding is unique to each occasion. The reason is that the movement of human vision is completely influenced by our mental and physical state at that moment. Just the knowledge that the path taken by the pupil is clearly different, even if we are shown the same material, is certain to intensify interest in perception.