Gaze Project




The GAZE Project uses gaze-tracking software to understand how people perceive visual media. Tracking an observer’s eye movement lets us know where the observer is focusing and for how long or where they tend to look first. It tells us how observers are affected by visual media, how visual media affects observers and even how artists can use visual media to affect viewers. This work has been shown at the LA Fashion Film Festival, LAST art exhibition at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and was awarded “Top Rated Abstract” by the Leonardo Abstract Services in 2018.

Research Presentation

Visualizing Gaze


Awards + Recognition

2018    Official Selection, “Meta-Gaze”, Los Angeles Fashion Film Festival
2018    LAST Art Exhibition, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
2018    Top Rated Abstract, “Gaze Relations: Looking as Power”, Leonardo Abstracts Service
2018    Graduate Student Research Slam Finalist, UC Santa Cruz
2018    Florence French Fund for the Arts, UC Santa Cruz