A parallax can be defined as the apparent displacement of an object (Euclidian geometry) caused by a change in observational position. By unsettling the vantage point of traditional perspective, and introducing simultaneous multiple view points and “arcs of observation”, the ideas, and experience of space(s) are questioned and re-oriented towards a more inclusive and cohesive (within the field of quantum mechanics and post-deconstructivist philosophies) entry point for Being.
There can be no room for hierarchy left to take hold, as the event we participate in/of is topological : that which remains constant in change is a dynamic and ever shifting observer.
(from the Oxford English Dictionary)
Parallax (pae-ralaeks) 1594
Apparent displacement, or difference in the apparent position, of an object, caused by actual change (or difference) of position of the point of observation.