3D Anaglyph Portraits
These portraits are captured with a stereo-camera system and can be seen in 3D by wearing red-cyan glasses.
Horizontal movement will bring the image alive and increase the visual effect.
Stereo camera portraits with direct flashlight in front of a white wall which creates a graphic pop art character.
The 3D effect can be seen by wearing red-cyan glasses. Horizontal movement will bring the image alive and increase the visual effect.
3D Self Portrait 'Saint Simon'
Artwork from the Stereologic Exhibition at the Esd Gallery.
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle fine art paper. 50 cm x 80 cm.
The portrait series explores masculinity in a different way by showing selected personalities of the Sydney queer community together with unidentifiable subjects dressed in their fetish outfit. Seated behind a table, the subjects imply a non-verbal conversation with the viewer who is literally located on the other side of the table. The arrangements and compositions remind of historic portrait paintings of the Renaissance, as well as the paint-like photographic style. Underlined by the usage of vintage frames, the portraiture artworks are a representation of the zeitgeist evolved through history.