Thursday, 28 May 2009
Work from Attentional Landscapes.
“The Ishihara Colour Test is the most common clinical test for colour blindness in humans. But, like mirages and memories, the circles of randomised dots are just optical phenomena.
In this series, Odette England undertakes quasi-scientific experiments in manipulating the intended meaning and function of family photographs. Selectively and meticulously exposing personal snapshots through the Ishihara test plates, she explores how humans search, perceive and process imagery.
Inspired by the research of Professor Boris Velichkovsky et al ‘Attentional landscapes and phasic changes of fixation duration in picture perception’. Used with permission.”