Perception and Lies
This series of panoramic images, each depicting the same scene from three different angles, challenges what it is we perceive a photograph to be. It raises more question than it answers. Photographs appear to be realistic because the perspective depicted by the camera closely mimics the perspective of our visual sensory perception. Each panorama consists of ten or more separate images melded into one seemingly seamless image, representing one moment. Each image looks back at the other two, but the photographer is absent from all. The images in this series were initially presented as curved images, each as one outward-facing side of a triangle and suspended in mid-air.
Rory Cleary • Peter Kelly • Willemein Koelink • Madeleine Maher • Patricia McCormack • Lisa McNiven • Rosa Meagher • Judy OConnell • Francesca OConnor • Paul Quinn • Philip Sliney • Elena Venzo • Sergio Vilchez •