In 2007, William Feuerman suffered from an acute, isolated stroke that affected the coordination of his eyes. He had not lost sight but the relationship between the eye and the brain brought about a new way of seeing.
As an architectural designer, he was in a unique position to graphically document this disability. Collages, architectural diagrams and mappings investigate the mechanics between the body, mind, and the environment, exploring a neurological perceptual distortion with accuracy.
Mechanics of Visual Perception presents ongoing research in both architectural practice and academia, demonstrating how perception, specifically defined as the relationship between eye and mind, becomes distorted by physiological changes.
Join us for his public talk, Tuesday 30th Oct, 5pm,
Followed by the exhibition opening from 6 – 8pm