The Canadian House of Commons inspired ‘House Study #2’. It captures the entire chamber… a 360° bubble squished onto a 2D rectangle. Viewing a 48″x96″ print, a Member of Parliament, should be able to find their own seat! Although seat belts have not been installed in the real chamber, my version would require them for 2/3rd of the members and staff…
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This ‘Arc de Triomphe’ was created ‘on film, in camera’ in 2001.
It’s part of my Paris Series, shot with large distortable Mylar mirrors.
It was a comfortably mild overcast December day. As we worked the Mylar mirror around creating effects; the Arc retained it’s identity and dignity! All the work done at this time was surreal, but it’s unmistakably ‘Paris’.
This entire Paris Series is ‘Secret Work’ unshown to the public…up to this point.