They have large eyes and can see in all directions is a work-in-progress toward a representation of William Denton through a collection of poetry in programmable media.
The work is a reinterpretation of texts integrated with reconstructed extracts from the books and diaries written by William Denton and his sons Sherman and Shelley's experiences in Melbourne in August 1882.
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Denton, S. F., 1889. Incidents of a collector's rambles in Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea. Boston: Lee and Shepard Publishers.
Denton, S. W., 1949. Pages from a naturalist's diary. Wellesley: Vanessa Denton.
Denton, W., 1874. The soul of things; or psychometric researches and discoveries, vol. 3. Boston: William Denton.
Various newspapers, August 1882.