Ways of Seeing is an experiment using a strobe process to render an animated image. Although the work seems constantly busy, actually very few of the frames exist in the the same space at the same time. Rather there is a succession of images in very quick order, giving the impression of a full and constant composition. The images themselves are combination of old and unused sketches. The title Ways of Seeing references the work of the author John Berger in which he examines our visual relationship to art and the world around us, however the intention of this particular sketch was to consider the physiological processes involved in the act of seeing itself. The sound which became the anchor for much of the editing within the animation was produced on a Roland SH-01.