study about perception
"have you ever wondered about the texture of reality? where does she come from? how did she get here? and how she has organized herself so that I can now observe her as her result?"
nassim haramein [abstract from "the nature of reality"]
the space around us is flooded with information - waves and particles in innumerable appearances. only a few touch the strings of our perception, while most of them remain hidden for us. what remains is an interpretation of what we call reality - our senses filter the information out of space. our brain "interprets" this information. the "reality" that our brain presents to us remains incomplete.
a human being is able to see 25 pictures per second. the following 25 unique patterns take place in a single second. however, in the movement, they flow into each other for us so that they are only perceived as a brief reminder. and our day consists of 86,400 of such sequences.
if we are not even able to perceive these 25 individual patterns in their entirety, which hide in a second, what else is still hidden in our mind in this eternal spectacle, which takes place before us every day?
"one second" / frequence study with water about human perception / 2017 – 2018
concept, film/photos: 22quadrat