A visual representation of Shakespeare's Sonnet 24.
Sonnet 24 examines perception and illusion using the artist as a metaphor. Shakespeare's layered words build windows within windows and eyes within eyes.
Using a scanner, a camera, and light, I manipulated the appearance of the sonnet’s text to reflect its content: layers of visual distortion of words about layers of visual distortion.
I printed the photographs on small, translucent squares. These are meant to be handled and experienced physically — to welcome viewers into the sonnet and continue the process of visual layering and iteration.
P.S. I'm looking for ways to translate this project into a digital form. Here's one exploration. ↓