“If you look at something for too long, it becomes invisible. Your eyes need a little shake, saccade, to wake them up, so you can see what’s right in front of you. A bit of blur, some judder, to make it all come into focus.
When I say give your head a shake, that’s what I mean.
There. See it now?”
from “Tarhands: A Messy Manifesto" by Warren Cariou “If you look at something for too long, it becomes invisible. Your eyes need a little shake, saccade, to wake them up, so you can see what’s right in front of you. A bit of blur, some judder, to make it all come into focus.
When I say give your head a shake, that’s what I mean.
There. See it now?”
from “Tarhands: A Messy Manifesto" by Warren Cariou “If you look at something for too long, it becomes invisible. Your eyes need a little shake, saccade, to wake them up, so you can see what’s right in front of you. A bit of blur, some judder, to make it all come into focus.
When I say give your head a shake, that’s what I mean.
There. See it now?”
from “Tarhands: A Messy Manifesto" by Warren Cariou “If you look at something for too long, it becomes invisible. Your eyes need a little shake, saccade, to wake them up, so you can see what’s right in front of you. A bit of blur, some judder, to make it all come into focus.
When I say give your head a shake, that’s what I mean.
There. See it now?”
from “Tarhands: A Messy Manifesto" by Warren Cariou

If you look at something for too long, it becomes invisible. Your eyes need a little shake, saccade, to wake them up, so you can see what’s right in front of you. A bit of blur, some judder, to make it all come into focus.

When I say give your head a shake, that’s what I mean.

There. See it now?”

from “Tarhands: A Messy Manifesto" by Warren Cariou