It features a total of 25 works, representing 12 years of their explorations with visual perception and algorithms. “An algorithm is simply a recipe of mechanical steps,” Trevor said. “So when you bake muffins you are following the algorithm for making muffins.”
Some of the pieces in the show were made on spherically-curved sheets of paper in the form of realistic drawings and paintings. The concept originates from recognizing that human vision is spherical. Visitors are encouraged to test their own scope of vision with experiments placed as an exercise on optical consciousness.
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