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surface tension

when we see something with our eyes a subconscious process of exchange begins in our brains as all our senses attempt to fully understand what is before us. Our brains attempt to match the information from our eyes to the vast catalogue of experiences we have accumulated and within that are matches to an array of sensorial 'hits'. Texture is one of the libraries of information that we store. What happens if we give our brains the shape of a familiar object through tone and texture alone, is it enough to evoke memory? How is that evocation different from a representational photograph? Are we temporarily intrigued, delighted or frustrated as we try to identify familiar meaning? You tell me...

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