The reality is not directly accessible for limited human existence. The main source of its perception is photography due to its easy spreading, the value of documenting and a similar projection to the human vision. Is it enough to think securely of the camera and photography as an extension of our sight, or as a prosthesis? Is the world perceivable only by images?
The outcome of conceiving visually the physical reality around us is the capability of depth perception. Walking around objects and getting known all the possible projections help to represent and define the space on a plane. I use photography as the object of perceiving reality, the depicted space geometric compositions work as its models. The images recall the viewer’s experiences, so their positions in space are solvable by an imaginary walk around, the leftover guidelines of the optical projection and the capability of depth perception.