“Where are you?” – Robin Haithcoat


A cow eyeball sliced in half and photographed from two vantages: the inside looking through the front of the eyeball (lens, cornea, iris, ciliary muscles), and the inside looking through the back of the eyeball (tapetum, retina, fovea, optic nerves). The images of both sides, the lens and receiver, are imposed onto separate transparencies that are physically confined to the environmental structure that the piece and viewer exist within; deconstructing the process of ocular vision and dissecting possibilities of perceptual planes while locating and evaluating individual orientation within the trans-dimensional portal that is “sight.”