Kirstine Sadler has designed a variety of simple cameras to find new ways of looking. The images are ephemeral, real time and are made of the light arising from the source, not translated into pixels or ink. The images allow the eye to explore the shadow areas usually trapped in our peripheral vision. They allow us to enjoy the delicate tonal gradients that play across the visual field to a much greater degree than we are used to. A tiny depth of field translates to a physical height through which one can find an infinite array of images in whatever planes one chooses to explore.