• 1. Angle formé par les droites qui joignent un point déterminé de l'espace à chacun des deux yeux, ou à chacune des deux oreilles.
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the apparent displacement of an observed object due to a change in the position of the observer.
Swimming in industrial-strength abundance, I propose these transformations as they came to mind.
Beginning with the materiality of stuff. Sheer ordinariness. Detritus. Overwhelmed, I close my eyes.... opening one at a time.
Dreaming in space. Swinging around the sun. Recalling the stars.
The double-bind of life.
The drama of creativity. The comedy of success. Tragedy of progress. The farce of so many points of view.
Broadly speaking, I present two divergent approaches, entwined somehow.
It is a wish, a hope, a dream perhaps,
to convey a point of view.
But what of interpretation?
An array of ideas overlap on the “canvas”,
unifying as a vision.
yet what do you see?
And how will I know?
To say "ART"
It's not even CANVAS
Will points of view be used to create an illusion of depth?
Do depth and distance themselves leave us with nothing but parallax as a means to come together?
Knowing just how far apart...
Does the left eye see what the right eye is saying?
A cosmos could be heaven.
The roof may really just be the sky.
is metaphor really necessary ?
Or is the wall stripped bare actually a mirror?