‘When we look at a road which sweeps before us toward the horizon, we must not say either that the sides of the road are given to us as convergent or that they are given to us as parallel; they are parallel in depth. The perspective appearance is not posited, but neither is the parallelism’.
Source: Merleau-Ponty M. (1962). p. 261.
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Movement tracking St Pancras 1, 2 and 3, pencil, 2014
Drawings were done standing opposite the exit from the trains on St. Pancras station.
In this experiment I wanted to trace the movement of people coming towards me:
The idea for two following ones was to represent the shape of a moving crowd, to further investigate its visual impact: