The following glances onto this, as seen from the ground, are excerpted from 173 hours, 55 minutes, and 10 seconds of drawing / driving.
I took these photographs as a form of deictic play, to suggest the action of pointing from within the text.
Martin Jay: deixis refers to linguistic utterances that contain information about their locus of expression.
In visual terms, this means the concrete body of the painter positioned in the world.
Norman Bryson also makes the point that the mobile glance introduces desire into the visual act, whereas the frozen gaze represses it.
With this in mind, Augustine's hostility to ocular desire might be reformulated as a critique of the glance in favor of the eternal images produced by the fixating gaze, which the Platonic tradition in general favors.
Thus perspective can be understood as continuing the hostility of that tradition to the deceptive and dangerous illusions of desiring vision in its mobile mode.