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How to Look At…

In this assignment, you will be taking up James Elkins’ challenge, articulated in his book How to Use Your Eyes (Routledge, 2000), to see more deeply and clearly.

The Trees Are the Roots of Life

© Copyright 2022 Leanne Baker, Ryerson University Trees live a very long time, with each kind thriving or succumbing to nature’s harshness. …

How to Look at Album Covers

© Copyright 2022, Sinead Gordon, Ryerson University Have you ever heard someone say, “don’t judge a book by its cover?” Though it’s …

How to look at a puddle…

After precipitation clouds form in the sky and water droplets fall to the ground, the water accumulates at the lowest points of …

How to Look at a Baby’s Toy

To look at a newborn child’s toy you must first divert your attention away from the baby. I recommend placing them in …

How to Look at a Hand Fan

A hand fan. A simple tool often overlooked beyond its purpose of producing a light breeze to keep us cool in the …

How to Look at a DSLR

© Copyright 2022 Sariya Adnan, Ryerson University As creatures obsessed with the idea of preservation, we are constantly documenting our lives through …

How to Look at Yourself

    How could a useful object to one person, be another’s worst enemy? Individuals all over the world use mirrors on …

How To Look At An Orange

  How to Look At An Orange © Copyright 2022 Laurie Beattie, Ryerson University. An Orange is considered one of the most …

How To Look At A Sunset

© Copyright 2022, Fatima Hammoud, Ryerson University Sunsets are the earth’s way of telling the world it’s time to rest. As the …