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On the outside looking in

March 2, 2011

An image of the building seen through the window of the same building. (Photo/Stephen Berens)

There’s something beguiling about looking through a window at a photograph and realizing that you’re looking at an image of the corner where you’re standing looking through a window. Stephen Berens, assistant professor, Department of Art, Wilkinson College, explored that phenomenon in a recent Los Angeles gallery exhibit titled “Of No Particular Interest.”

“The installation brings into crisp focus the differences inherent in the experience of viewing photographs of the world versus the experience of the world itself,” Professor Berens says.

Check it out in the photo here sent to us by the Department of Art and shot from outside the building that is in the photo seen through the window that … you get the idea.

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