A seria of unidentified objects illustrates the development of personal perception of space. It is a study of the orders existing in 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional spaces.

 Plutarch poses the question "which came first: the chicken or the egg?" as a philosophical matter in his essay The Symposiacs, written in the 1st century BC, it is not clear which can be understod as  the cause and which should be considered the effect, or to express a scenario of infinite regress. We encounter a similar scenario with the light and the shadow, which is part of which and which comes first? Perhaps there is no one answer which would describe this dual nature. The light and shadow relationship is very complex and “if the body had been easier to understand, nobody would have thought we had a mind‘‘1 in that case light and shadow would still remain as a solid unit. 

   Looking through the frames of congenital habits and culture our World is reified into polarities and dichotomies. Because of that, each our seamless unity of experience is divided. This cleavage is a source of perception of our visual World. And that is the reason why unidentified objects as any other objects  holds a need to embody existential metaphors, that structure our being in the World.

1. Richard Rorty, Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature, Princeton University Press (Prinecton, NJ), 1979, p 239.