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For these images viaframe combined virtual 3D settings with classic photography. It displays a computer-generated fairy-tale world in combination… Read More
For these images viaframe combined virtual 3D settings with classic photography. It displays a computer-generated fairy-tale world in combination with elements which have been traditionally photographed. Read Less
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Mirror mirror on the wall...
 
For these images viaframe combined virtual 3D settings with classic photography. It displays a computer-generated fairy-tale world in combination with elements which have been traditionally photographed.
 
The 5 single images of the series can be put together, forming a 7m x 1m sized panorama.
The work as a whole is characterized by a very high, photo-realistic attention to detail, while even including hidden allusions to the arts (i.e. Gregory Crewdson, Mark Tansey's Triumph Over Mastery). Thus when put together the single elements and persons tell a story that leaves its ending and interpretation to the beholder. The work's title "mirror, mirror on the wall, what's still real in our world?" reflects critically upon modern image editing/CGI, while at the same time connecting to the theme of the depicted world from a fairy-tale.