Sarah Abodalo 



At what point does the whole become greater than the sum of its parts? When do individual inputs-- lines, edges, color, lighting-- cohere to form an object that cannot be broken down again? This work aimed to explore how minimal our visual cues can be while maintaining recognition of an object. Revealing edges in a bottom-up rather than top-down fashion allows the viewer to find their own unbiased point in which random lines become an undeniable cube, calling upon the generative aspect of perception.