result of an experiment
with our eye-brain's attempt to interpret a three dimensional
image after the recording material, the holographic film,
has been manipulated, causing several disturbances in
the playback of the image.
Our binocular depth perception usually
fuses together the information of a hologram into one
cohesive image. Most of us who see with two fully
functioning eyes are comfortable with joining two images
that are different, but only slightly different (our eyes
are about 2.5 inches apart from each other). When the
two images are too different, your brain can't fuse them
BIOMORPH is the brain playing tug-of-war with the materialization
of out of sync perspectives.