Initially, stereoscopic images were a popular method for bourgeois persons to voyeuristically explore exotic scenes and destinations. Today, there has been an influx in anaglyph, 3D imagery technologies to experience film and television, as an enhanced kind of entertainment.
In this application, I hope to demonstrate the differences between a physical reality, and a fabricated one. Viewers approach the piece and put their eyes to the lenses, which are specifically made to see the image in three dimensions. The viewers are removed temporarily from their physical environment, and transported into a manufactured reality, intended to surprise and delight by emoting a childlike discovery through inspection of an unexpected curiosity.