This series of animations results from research into the history of eye movement studies. The animations are made by taking data from Guy T. Buswell's book "How People Look at Pictures" (University of Chicago Press, 1935). Buswell captured the eye movements of subjects with an elaborate instrument that captured light reflected off of the subject's cornea onto moving vertical and horizontal photographic medium. The reflected light was recorded on the medium as dots that were made by a mechanical obstruction of the camera aperture by a fan (or tuning fork–in earlier instruments) rotating at 30 hertz. These points, gave Buswell insight into the space and time of the visual fixation patterns. The points were then re-inscribed onto the image shown to the subject, and accompanied by a fixation time table. This work reanimates Buswell's data–and perhaps reinscribes the subject.