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Allowing the viewer to participate and enter into spaces created by his printed photographs is at the center of Eric Egas’s work with anaglyphs. These three-dimensional stereoscopic images trick the eye into seeing depth with the aid of 3D glasses.
Egas’s anaglyphs evolved from his work with installations that enclosed the viewer within multiple changing images to evoke imaginary worlds between dream and memory. In this experiential exhibition, Egas engulfs viewers in situational modalities through the selection and placement of anaglyphs that explore human relationships with nature, the meaning of the absurd, human aggression, and aesthetic impulses. 3D glasses are provided!