Why do we perceive things when they are actually not there?

Thirteen stories helps me think about what happens in the brain (our memory in relation to the act of looking). It reminds me of how we puzzle pieces of a reality together. To make that reality our own or to eventually create our own reality. The sculptural body of Thirteen Stories determines our rhythm of looking and what we see. It is an invitation to construct. You can take a distance and look at all the pieces together or get closer to look at the images solely and to see how every frame builds up to the total image.

Example of Thirteen Stories as a work in progress in studio

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on the left: Thirteen Stories. In the middle: Playtime. On the right: Landscape