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The Beldam Point Of View
The Beldam Point Of View

The Visual hosts design and interaction projects.

You can learn more about the camera equipment used in the creation of these visual universes by visiting the inventory, or reading the Visual FAQs.

A horizon is a phenomenon of vision. One cannot look at the horizon; it is simply the point beyond which we cannot see. There is nothing in the horizon itself, however, that limits vision, for the horizon opens onto all that lies beyond itself. What limits vision is rather the incompleteness of that vision.

One never reaches a horizon. It is not a line; it has no place; it encloses no field; its location is always relative to the view. We are never somewhere in relation to the horizon since the horizon moves with our vision.

Elodie Vast
physical — Elodie Vast
ÅA
photography — ÅA
Working remotely
illustration — Working remotely

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