The experience of vision : building and deconstructing geometric perception.
" Optical aberrations are due to defects in images due to the dispersion and differences in terms of Gauss." Gaussian approximation (named after the German
physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss) is the linear approximation of geometric optics obtained when the incident angles of the rays are weak and the point of incidence is close to the optical axis. Deviations from this approximation (encountered especially in optical instruments working in "wide angle") are called geometric aberrations. "All the conditions leading to the Gaussian approximation is called Gauss conditions."
site-specific installation in the Kunsthalle Osnabruck
wood mdf, painting, plaster
H:3,15m x L:19m x épaisseur 15cm / H:3,32 x L:19m x 15cm
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