Five Toronto photographers explore the question: Is visual perception influenced by the mind’s eye? Heintzman’s ethereal images reveal light shafts inside centuries-old architectural structures; Leonard exposes subtle rhythms and patterns in the urban landscape; Nowaczynski brings Toronto scenes to life using large-format black-and-white film and silver gelatin prints; Plexman pushes boundaries of peripheral vision with panoramas of the Yukon landscape; Turner compartmentalizes the world through large photographic collages.