The medical term for the optical deficiency that I suffered as a child is diplopia – double vision, the central trope of this exhibition. This condition entails the simultaneous dual perception of a single object, creating two images that can shift horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This duplicity of representation is visually interesting insofar as the two images – though unaligned – do not have exact contours. In diplopia, when an attempt is made to focus on the outline of an object, this shifts away from the gaze and becomes blurred in the surrounding world.   

 

 

The medical term for the optical deficiency that I suffered as a child is diplopia – double vision, the central trope of this exhibition. This condition entails the simultaneous dual perception of a single object, creating two images that can shift horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This duplicity of representation is visually interesting insofar as the two images – though unaligned – do not have exact contours. In diplopia, when an attempt is made to focus on the outline of an object, this shifts away from the gaze and becomes blurred in the surrounding world.

 

vue 10 copie.jpg
vue 7 copie.jpg
vue 8 copie.jpg
vue 9 copie.jpg
vue 6 copie.jpg
vue 11 copie.jpg
vue 15 copie.jpg
The Genealogical Library of Acadian History  - ID28899.jpg
vue 13 copie.jpg
vue 14 copie.jpg
Martin Luther King Jr (on TV) - ID28879.jpg
The Genealogical Library of Acadian History  - ID28897.jpg
Abraham Lincoln in the Hallway - ID28894.jpg
Goodnight Nobody - ID28978.jpg
Abraham Lincoln in the Encyclopedia - ID28888.jpg
Martin Luther King Jr in the Encyclopedia - ID28885.jpg
6046 copie.jpg
Edgar Arceneaux (Beta) - ID28891.jpg
Merc Arceneaux (Mother) - ID28884.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (black Jesus) - ID28876 .jpg
Geordi La Forge (Helmsman USS Enterprise D) - ID28887.jpg
Goodnight door - ID28901.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (crucifixion Jesus) - ID28875.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (white Jesus) - ID28874.jpg
Mary Ann Boudreaux Arceneaux (Louisiana Native) - ID28895.jpg
Monique and baby True - ID28877.jpg
My mother's father's parents - ID28886.jpg
Pierre Sr. - ID28892.jpg
Class Photo. Backdrop. Green.- ID28903 retouché.jpg
The Arceneaux Brothers tryptic - ID28889.jpg
Uncle Eugene - ID28893.jpg
       The medical term for the optical deficiency that I suffered as a child is diplopia – double vision, the central trope of this exhibition. This condition entails the simultaneous dual perception of a single object, creating two images that can shift horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This duplicity of representation is visually interesting insofar as the two images – though unaligned – do not have exact contours. In diplopia, when an attempt is made to focus on the outline of an object, this shifts away from the gaze and becomes blurred in the surrounding world.   
vue 10 copie.jpg
vue 7 copie.jpg
vue 8 copie.jpg
vue 9 copie.jpg
vue 6 copie.jpg
vue 11 copie.jpg
vue 15 copie.jpg
The Genealogical Library of Acadian History  - ID28899.jpg
vue 13 copie.jpg
vue 14 copie.jpg
Martin Luther King Jr (on TV) - ID28879.jpg
The Genealogical Library of Acadian History  - ID28897.jpg
Abraham Lincoln in the Hallway - ID28894.jpg
Goodnight Nobody - ID28978.jpg
Abraham Lincoln in the Encyclopedia - ID28888.jpg
Martin Luther King Jr in the Encyclopedia - ID28885.jpg
6046 copie.jpg
Edgar Arceneaux (Beta) - ID28891.jpg
Merc Arceneaux (Mother) - ID28884.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (black Jesus) - ID28876 .jpg
Geordi La Forge (Helmsman USS Enterprise D) - ID28887.jpg
Goodnight door - ID28901.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (crucifixion Jesus) - ID28875.jpg
Jesus of Nazareth (white Jesus) - ID28874.jpg
Mary Ann Boudreaux Arceneaux (Louisiana Native) - ID28895.jpg
Monique and baby True - ID28877.jpg
My mother's father's parents - ID28886.jpg
Pierre Sr. - ID28892.jpg
Class Photo. Backdrop. Green.- ID28903 retouché.jpg
The Arceneaux Brothers tryptic - ID28889.jpg
Uncle Eugene - ID28893.jpg

 

 

The medical term for the optical deficiency that I suffered as a child is diplopia – double vision, the central trope of this exhibition. This condition entails the simultaneous dual perception of a single object, creating two images that can shift horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This duplicity of representation is visually interesting insofar as the two images – though unaligned – do not have exact contours. In diplopia, when an attempt is made to focus on the outline of an object, this shifts away from the gaze and becomes blurred in the surrounding world.

 

show thumbnails