Sunday, December 6, 2009

A View From A Cat's Perspective

This is an article I read awhile ago from the Seattle PI that I just remembered. These two artists in Seattle put a small digital camera on their cat Cooper's collar, and it was programmed to take a picture every two minutes. The owners decided to do this because they were curious to know what their cat did all day. There ended up being many interesting photographs that were taken, and sixteen of them went on display at an art gallery. I find this to be a very creative approach, and interesting concept to use an animal and create artwork from their perspective. Take a look at the article, and check out the photos as well.

1 comment:

Excaliborn7 said...

awesome pictures. does something oddly mental (pleasing and expansive) to see something so purely cat's-eye view, and unfettered. i heard of another artist who did something similar with attaching cameras to ducks.