"Then you really see what's there" - viewers' comments | Heighten opening

It looks pixilated, a way of seeing the world in fragments.

To me it's like a gateway, I want to look through it.

It's so integrated into the surroundings you almost don't notice it but then you do and you really see what's there.

It seems like it builds up in these denser areas and then dies down like music, is that intentional?

This part looks like an elephant slurping up water out of the Zambezi River.

The artist is blurring the lines between actual and virtual.