“The Stereoscopic Art Installation Eccentric Spaces” by Simó

  • ©Águeda Simó

  • ©Águeda Simó

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    The Stereoscopic Art Installation Eccentric Spaces

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    Stereoscopic techniques help to perceive spatial depth; hence they are used to create realistic representations of the three-dimensional world. They can also be used to manipulate spatial dimensions and create alternative spaces that challenge our understanding of visual reality. The video installation Eccentric Spaces is part of an art project that combines stereoscopic live action video with a Holobench-type display to depict alternative spaces that appear physically real.

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    • L.D. Henderson, The Fourth Dimension and Non-Euclidean Geometry in Modern Art. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2012. 
    • R. Bantjes. 2017. Perspectives bâtardes’: Stereoscopy, Cézanne, and the Metapictorial Logic of Spatial Construction, History of Photography 41, 3, 262-285. 
    • Á. Simó. 2018. The Virtual Reality Art Installation Endocytosis: Evolving from a Flat Land into a Three-dimensional World, Leonardo 51, 2, 124-127. DOI: 10.1162/LEON_a_01265. 
    • D. Dövencioğlu, H. Ban, A.J. Schofield and A.E. Welchman. 2013. Perceptual Integration for Qualitatively Different 3-D Cues in the Human Brain, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25, 9, 1527-1541. 
    • N. Mclaren. 1946. Stereographic Art, unpublished document, accessed 25 January 2018 .

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