Perry Hoberman
In these projects, I've used multiple, overlapping anamorphic images to represent diverse points of view as a metaphoric way to “see out of [someone else’s] eyes”. By tracking a viewer’s position, a projected image can be dynamically distorted to match their viewpoint, so that for them, the image appears stable; while from any other point of view, it warps and distorts anamorphically.

Multiple images projected onto a single surface, each image matched to a different viewer, can collectively produce a kind of meta-perspectival space. This technique has great expressive potential, and might shed some light on distinctions between so-called subjective and objective viewpoints.
Public Objects