The documentation of an art/science collaboration by artist Robin Hawes with Dr Tim Hodgson, Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Exeter. The project combined knowledge and technology from the visual sciences with a series of photographic images produced as part of Robin’s art practice. Aiming to highlight the internally constructive and idiosyncratic aspect of visual perception, the outcomes reveal the disparity between the visual information gathered by our eyes and the conscious picture of reality formed in our minds. The book includes essays by the artist and Dr Tim Hodgson. Robin Hawes is a research assistant for the RANE (Research in Art, Nature & Environment) research cluster at University College Falmouth.. Paperback; 120mm x 120mm; full colour; 68pp.