architecture parallax coincidence 2020
parallax coincidence is an open-ended series of collected objects from my travels that take on the form of a Tower of Babel, an architectonic type.
each photographic collage is constructed from seven images that are photographed by spinning the photos onto itself, creating various positions, a parallax coincidence.
the original image is viewed upside down, an 'upside down world'.
a continuation and development of the [architecture parallax : all things considered 2016-2018] series ''upside down world'
each image is then produced as a lenticular final print.
every time you shift your position you will see another view of the same object; an architecture parallax.