Let me suggest you tweet this:
Taking pics of shadows. Again. And again. With the eyes of a child.
Cut from paper and suspended on nylon lines. (Based on the original Lyrois shape #11.)
The focus on EITHER shadow OR object is Heisenberg's uncertainty principle at work.
The more the object is out of perspective, the better perspective the shadow is in.
Or: The more distorted the object, the less distorted the shadow. And vice versa.
At some point, I may rewrite the Lyrois story since basically it is a form of puppetry, the shapes are puppets, I'm a puppeteer. Again, it's a matter of perspective.