As we gaze up into the sky, the moon reflects the light of a distant sun. What we think we see – the moon as a shining orb in our nighttime sky, is merely the sun’s rays finding their way into our darkness. Like Plato’s cave, the shadows and light that we think we know are merely distortions – what we think of as knowledge, but merely gained through personal opinion.

MEDIUM: Laser cut birch wood; Adafruit screens; media players