Windows by Jordan Peacock
In this composition, we see the truth in the cliche “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” While the irises are undoubtedly captivating, the title of the piece calls attention to the light that passes through the pupil and informs the eye of the events unfolding before it. Each of these eyes belongs to a future physician who will be challenged to use the light entering to make difficult diagnostic decisions. However, as the variety in the texture and color of the irises suggest, each of the eyes will have unique experiences and challenges throughout their life.This digital composition was created for the Layers of Medicine course and depicts the irises of twenty-five of the members of the School of Medicine class of 2021.

Jordan Peacock is a member of the University of Utah School of Medicine class of 2021. He is from Kaysville, UT and studied neuroscience and chemistry at Brigham Young University. He enjoys visiting new cities, scuba diving, and building campfires.

Rubor Participation:
2019 Photograph, "Windows"