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'We see what we like to see. Electrical signals of the brain transform ‘what is seen’ into ‘what is desired to see’ through a filter of our experiences. Likewise, the physical limits of our bodies distort the boundless perspectives to an invariable value.
Consequently, we get used to living in a world where ‘what we want to see’ becomes ‘what we see’.
The way I look at a person is bound to be skewed and we can not gaze one another without seeing through somewhat twisted focus.'
'We see what we like to see. Electrical signals of the brain transform ‘what is seen’ into ‘what is desired to see’ through a filter of our experiences. Likewise, the physical limits of our bodies distort the boundless perspectives to an invariable value.
Consequently, we get used to living in a world where ‘what we want to see’ becomes ‘what we see’.
The way I look at a person is bound to be skewed and we can not gaze one another without seeing through somewhat twisted focus.'
'We see what we like to see. Electrical signals of the brain transform ‘what is seen’ into ‘what is desired to see’ through a filter of our experiences. Likewise, the physical limits of our bodies distort the boundless perspectives to an invariable value.
Consequently, we get used to living in a world where ‘what we want to see’ becomes ‘what we see’.
The way I look at a person is bound to be skewed and we can not gaze one another without seeing through somewhat twisted focus.'
'We see what we like to see. Electrical signals of the brain transform ‘what is seen’ into ‘what is desired to see’ through a filter of our experiences. Likewise, the physical limits of our bodies distort the boundless perspectives to an invariable value.
Consequently, we get used to living in a world where ‘what we want to see’ becomes ‘what we see’.
The way I look at a person is bound to be skewed and we can not gaze one another without seeing through somewhat twisted focus.'
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DistortionFocus - DF 2011 Drawing

Jaeha Park

South Korea

Drawing, Oil on Paper

Size: 13.8 W x 15.4 H x 0 D in

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'We see what we like to see. Electrical signals of the brain transform ‘what is seen’ into ‘what is desired to see’ through a filter of our experiences. Likewise, the physical limits of our bodies distort the boundless perspectives to an invariable value. Consequently, we get used to living in a world where ‘what we want to see’ becomes ‘what we see’. The way I look at a person is bound to be skewed and we can not gaze one another without seeing through somewhat twisted focus.'

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Size:13.8 W x 15.4 H x 0 D in

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artist Jaeha Park Born In Busan(Korea)1973, Lives In Dangjin(Korea)

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