ROBERT BOWEN






© Robert Bowen 2015

WHAT THE FLANEUR SAW: Literally the origin of all photo-based cinema – two-frame animations embedded in 1860's stereographs.

Spithover’s Tesseract: among the most profound meditations on time in the history of stereo photography. Here photographer and natural philosopher, Joseph Spithover, asks us to mentally fuse 2 separate and distinct time periods (and arguably a third given the inclusion of the present moment) within a single instance of depth perception. The observer processes 2 flat views and creates a single stereoscopic perception in the form of a temporal montage. What are the ramifications of such an activity?