E and O -the Eye and the Object(ive) 1.1

It is the discovery of 'seeing' for the first time. The time spent upon reading the image grows yet a little more from the transitions of seeing. It comes through as a cycle, from the stages of seeing the image, to the forms within it, and to resume back to seeing the original image. Each of them is a measurement of possible depth of the image. While the eye focuses on one objective form, the rest of the image compensates by blurring away. the eye is a lens preying on the image. The existence of every shape is determined by the viewer’s eyes.
28 x 32 cm
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