stereo (2002)

Photography is a process of revelation that brings about a possible anachronism, or disruption in time. "Stereo" is a project which results from experimental research done on the relationship between stereophony and stereoscopy; it is also an exploration of the interrelation of attention and knowledge with sight and sound.

What is the relationship between an image and a sound in space?

To test the possibly innumerable responses to this question, a formal principle of stereophony is applied to both image and sound in various combinations. The reference marks in space allow the world to be described in various dimensions. In order to fully consider the binary quality of vision and hearing, "Stereo" binds us to the world, so that we can see and hear spaces. It is a test of microsound and visual minimalism, combinations and variables.

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Photography is a process of revelation that brings about a possible anachronism, or disruption in time. "Stereo" is a project which results from experimental research done on the relationship between stereophony and stereoscopy; it is also an exploration of the interrelation of attention and knowledge with sight and sound.

What is the relationship between an image and a sound in space?

To test the possibly innumerable responses to this question, a formal principle of stereophony is applied to both image and sound in various combinations. The reference marks in space allow the world to be described in various dimensions. In order to fully consider the binary quality of vision and hearing, "Stereo" binds us to the world, so that we can see and hear spaces. It is a test of microsound and visual minimalism, combinations and variables.

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