Rus Khasanov merges several optical tricks into a single work. Splashes of glittering and inked liquids crawl across the screen, creating a series of bubbles that mimic enlarged planes of human eyes. The hypnotic images use pareidolia – the inclination to see an object where it does not physically exist – while making reference to iridian heterochromia, a fairly common condition in which a person’s irises are multicolored, sometimes in the form of peaks radiating around the pupil or swirls that divide the tissue with different hues. Khasanov’s rendering mimics this phenomenon through saturated droplets and countless veins flowing outwards.