Quantum theory of photography

I think I’ve stumbled on it.

While a reception for The Labuda and Pond Exhibition visitors commented that the works, by both of us, have movement or the illusion of movement in them.

How a two dimensional piece of art lead me to conclude, in something approaching science, well, I’ve watched science shows, that the images were moving and remaining still on the walls, or that we were moving and the works remained still, or, I have made that connection with viewers that I’ve been searching for.

Some commented that as they stood in place in front of the images, the images had once appearance, as they backed up, the images changed. There’s the quantum bit again.

I am writing it up to fig newtons of people’s imaginations and I am taking time off, to ponder time and space.

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