As part of EDITIONS, 23 individual books made with the same cover design and published in an edition of 25 with posters, I made a book which attempted to turn the work in progress film into a retrospective film script.
an example of one of the pages
EDITIONS was first presented at the 18th International Contemporary Artist's Book Fair at the Tetley in Leeds.
I attended an interesting C3RI seminar today by Alessandro Soranzo, a SHU psychologist undertaking research within fine art.
I wont summaries his research except that it was concerned with visual perception and illusion, specifically how we 'read' what we see based on experience, and that this develops from childhood.
This was an example he showed. Although playful, curious and not arousing fear, this sort of illusions falls partly into the uncanny for me as it sets us slightly at odds with ourselves - we like to feel we can trust what we see, that our perceptive kit works, and this brings reality into question.
This is very close to an illusion he showed. Only the background is different, the circles are identical.
The above all came from this site