"On top is corner detail in a photograph taken with a higher quality lens; bottom is a similar photograph taken with a wide angle lens showing severe visible lateral chromatic aberration. The effect is pronounced on the right side of the building's roof, where a long blue streak is visible."
The Atria of Space Station Science Fiction, 2003, by Patrick Meagher
Gene McHugh writes: "The complex forms and intricate shell of a computer are, in themselves, useless. They are meant to deliver something else. Staring into my monitor, I don’t just view a monitor, but rather a monitor and a window into the virtual. Staring into the Styrofoam in Meagher’s installation, I don’t just view Styrofoam, but rather Styrofoam and the computer and, by extension, the window into the virtual that the computer opens up. A space projecting a space projecting a space…"