In their recent collaboration, Mark
Stockton and Edgar Endress use stereo photography to create 3-D
anaglyphs that depict members of a Japanese animation club in Trenton,
New Jersey. In these portraits, the participants are dressed in
costumes of their own design, inspired by their admiration of Japanese
anime and cinema. Using a panoramic frame and the illusion of 3D,
the artists complete the fantastical identity that their subjects
have chosen. Composed within timeless landscapes, these identities
are further romanticized and re-envisioned as their cinematic counterparts.
The artists question identity and representation in photography,
creating anachronous portraits that exist somewhere between fantasy
To properly view this portfolio in 3-D, please use Red/Cyan glasses.
Left eye: red. Right eye: cyan.
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