Aldous's Eyes

2014, Colour, Silent, 4m 47s
Glass eyeballs rattle, rotate, slide and multiply. Reflecting on the narrative explorations of Aldous Huxley's 1942 book The Art of Seeing in which the writer discusses the Bates Method of improving eyesight, Aldous’s Eyes is a visual exploration of perceptual phenomena. 
Aldous's Eyes, Installation shot
Glass eyeballs rattle, rotate, slide and multiply. In 1942 Aldous Huxley wrote The Art of Seeing in which he discussed the Bates Method of improving eyesight. Reflecting on Huxley’s narrative explorations Aldous’s Eyes is a visual exploration of perceptual phenomena.

Glass eyeballs from the History of Medicines Collection, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. With thanks to Rachel Ingold, Curator, History of Medicine Collections.
Aldous's Eyes, 2014, Video Still
Aldous's Eyes, 2014, Video Still
Aldous's Eyes, Installation shot, A Rose Has Teeth in The Mouth of The Beast, A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia, 2015 | Photograph: BLOOM
Aldous's Eyes, Installation shot, A Rose Has Teeth in The Mouth of The Beast, A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia, 2015 | Photograph: BLOOM