Alphons Schilling

 

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http://www.resettheapparatus.net/corpus-work/vision-machines.htmlAlphons / Alfons Schilling worked extensively with stereoscopy, creating large-scale stereoscope installations to view huge stereo images. And other perception changing devices, head-mounted / sensorial augmented / devices that hindered and/or expended the visual senses[Vision Machines]. Often so large as to be cumbersome and encompassing the whole body. he also used lenticulars and pioneered the used of Random dot stereo images.

“Schilling’s work is a discourse on the anatomy of illusion. a return to the physical experience of perception. this work locates the visual experience in the brain by completing its visual text there. The art of Schilling opens up a critical dialogue between the arts. This view of arias a sense experience, as the convergence of the work and the perceiver, which brings by work into existence, establishes the basis of that experience as a means of deconstructing reality and constructing through that experience a path toward a renewal, and the opening up of the perceptual (sense) experience.”

John G. Hanhardt, Curator of Film and Video, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 1977.

Random Dot stereo works
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https://www.alfonsschilling.net/werke/randomdot-stereo/

http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists6/Schilling,Alphons/SchillingPoster2.pdf

http://www.vasulka.org/archive/Artists6/Schilling,Alphons/ElectronicSpaces,etc.pdf

An article discussing the artistic use fo stereo images in photography.
https://onthisdateinphotography.com/2017/02/06/february-6/

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