3D (VG), unique contact print, 16"x 20", 2009
Contact prints are negatives. Laying a pair of 3D glasses onto a piece of color paper in the darkroom results in a white shadow because the light can't go through the cardboard. However, where light is able to go through the red filter, it leaves the impression of blue and where it is able to go through the blue filter, it leaves the impresion of red. Cutting out the arms brings the 2D image into the third dimension of true stereo depth. That last part was Vesko Gösel's suggestion, hence the VG.