This flipbook is located in the lobby of the Clark Centre on the side table pictured below.

“A flipbook is a booklet with a series of images that very gradually change from one page to the next, so that when the pages are viewed in quick succession, the images appear to animate by simulating motion or some other change.” – Wikipedia

Scroll below for information from the artist about what this flipbook represents, and watch a video of stills from the flipbook below.

Artist Description:

The flipbook is a tactile object that people can pick up and use, which makes the visual even more disconcerting.

This flipbook is a series of photographs of rocks underwater at the boardwalk of the Toronto Islands. The water makes it look like the rocks are morphing and shifting.

I have a visual distortion due to my brain injury that makes objects seem like they are breathing. This flipbook demonstrates that feeling.