Photographs by Mireille Loup
Foreword by Christian Gattinoni
Texts by Nicolas Mavrikakis, Cécile Camart and Estelle Rouquette
Size: 24x24 cm (9.4x9.4 in)
120 pages - 39 color and 3D photographs
Bilingual edition, French-English
ISBN: 978-2-919436-21-7 / 9782919436217
3D glasses, included with your purchase, are essential for viewing the images properly.
This book is an exhaustive presentation of the work of Mireille Loup, featuring her use of the anaglaph technique. There are three series of black and white photographs.
The principle of using stereoscopy to create a 3D image dates back to 1853 and was first developed by a photographer who was able to create extremely suggestive shifting shapes and spellbinding impressions.
But Mireille Loup's investigation of stereoscopy is not limited to this experiment. She offers a very special esthetic blur whereby separate worlds take shape through the gaze of the viewers immersing themselves in the pictures, without being able to specifically distinguish one or other due to the interactivity of the process itself.