A Tree in The Forest is a combination of works from the Observer Effect and the Observing Uncertainty series. 5 large prints from the third Observing Uncertainty series show the eyetracking-data superimposed unto single frames. The same data was used to create a large Observer Effect piece, in which the individual frames are represented by ‘foveal spots’ (the fovea is a structure in the very center of the eye responsible for full colour and sharp vision. It only covers a very small area of the field of vision, appr. the size of the tip of your thumb stretched out in front of you). In the images each foveal spot represents 1 frame (25 frames per second).