|Robert Williams, Persuasion of Right Angles, 2007|
You can tell me ‘til you’re blue in the face, but you brain is not designed to see things as they are.
This is an efficiency-of-vision in the way the brain sees; most would call it misperception. I wonder, however, if we can call it so, if we can see that the brain has been designed to see this way. It’s not a mistake. Trying to seeing things as they are in the first place is the mistake.