Pub: Nov. 2018 26x33cm 112 pages - 60 images Hardcover w open spine & Dust Jacket Nov. 2018 €38 “Blind Spots” is a study of our auto-perception. It’s an investigation of what we see, when we see – and what we unconsciously choose not to see. The one question we instantly ask our self, when exposed to a new environment is “where am I?”. Bus as soon as we know the context of the perceived, we immediately loose interest. Balder Olrik is inspired by Nobel Laureate, Daniel Kahneman's model for the perceptual systems of the brain. He tries to disrupt the way we usually look at things, i.e. by removing context-specific elements from the image as well as other interruptions, to make the familiar unfamiliar and makes us look at our environment more consciously.
Publisher: Hartmann Projects