UPON entering the Leir Atrium at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, visitors will find themselves surrounded by images from inside an enormous human eye. The eye belongs to Jo Yarrington, an artist based in Norwalk and New York City who created the installation, which she calls “Ocular Visions,” using floor-to-ceiling color transparencies of photographs taken of the inside of her eye with sophisticated optometric equipment. Video animation of Ms. Yarrington’s eye captured by similar equipment is being projected in the Aldrich’s camera obscura.

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