Bill Domonkos

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This is a collection of stereo prints by Bill Domonkos that combine found vintage stereograms and 3D
computer graphics. You can view these images in 3D by using the Free-Vision Fusion (Cross-Eyed) Method.

1. Sit with the image directly in front of you, at about arm’s length.
Siediti di fronte all’immagine, alla distanza di un braccio.

2. Keeping the stereo pair of images in the center of your vision, slowly cross your eyes.
The stereo pair will go out of focus and you will seem to see four images.
Poni le due immagini-stereo al centro della tua visuale, incrocia lentamente gli occhi.  La coppia di immagini andrà fuori fuoco e ti sembrerà di vederne quattro.

3. Continue until the middle two images overlap and form one image.
Continua fino a che le due immagini centrali si sovrappongono formandone una.

4. Adjust your focus on middle image, keeping the two images overlapped.
Mantieni le due immagini centrali sovrapposte mettendole a fuoco.

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3D Stereo Print gallery

” View my work as a collision and recombination of ideas. My process unfolds gradually and spontaneously using found materials such as archive film footage, photographs, and the internet. I experiment by combining, altering, editing and reassembling using digital technology, special effects and animation to create a new kind of experience. I am interested in the absurd, as well as moments of sublime beauty—to renew and transform materials, experiences and ideas. The extraordinary thing about cinema is its ability to suggest the ineffable—something that cannot or should not be expressed in words, only hinted at through sounds and images. It is this elusive, dreamlike quality that informs my work. ”   Bill Domonkos

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