I’ve often wondered how others would respond if they saw the street and its movement as I see it with what’s left of my peripheral vision. Rotterdam sensory artist Alex de Jong created a video sequence of time-lapse photographs that conveys something of my perception very compellingly. See it on his blog, Augmented Illusions. Alex writes:
For a long time my work has been in between photography and video. I so love the ability to produce “photographs that move”. I may add: “photographs that have sound”. I was surprised in finding out that the snippet of music I used for this timelapse is also used for a timelapse sequence in its original context. But it all goes together beautifully and I have found that not having a static image, but a sequence is a much more natural way of working for me now.