I started to work on glasses wich I was still hanging in urban space. This medium had several advantages : their forms, their colors, their fashion, could be associated to the look of an imaginary person.
Besides being transparent, they pointed more precisely the ratio vision/representation than I was trying to interrogat : what are the limits of our vision, is it possible to represent them even though our look is in continuous movement?
The double lenses gave me the possibility to do a stereoscopic representation: a point of view for each eye.
The aim of these glasses, dispatched in Berlin was to represent views of the city considering two different point of views : the left eye’s and the right eye’s.
Thus, the painting of the left eye and the on of the right eye represent the same elements but from a slightly various point of view.
In this work I intended to point out the difference between a drawing with a unique point of view of classical perspective and the binocular vision of humans.