Mirror in the Bathroom


Series of stereoscopic portraits for display in a

Folding Stereoscopic Viewer

Pair of giclee prints on 1.5 mm mounting board

52 x 40 cm (each print)

Editions of ten



The Mirror in the Bathroom portraits fully exploit the potential of the Folding Stereoscopic Viewer to create a real sense of human presence. We see each subject from her own point of view as she regards herself in her bathroom mirror. The spatial arrangement and tactile nature of the life-size, three-dimensional images serve to reinforce the connection between the viewer and the viewed.


Wall-mounted optical device for viewing pairs of large,

high-resolution stereoscopic photographs

Laser cut, galvanised steel plate, front-surface mirrors, fluorescent lights, springs, magnetic catches, motion sensor,

electrical cable, nuts and bolts

130 x 108 x 57 cm (open) 130 x 106 x 22 cm (closed)

Edition of fifty



The Folding Stereoscopic Viewer utilises front-surface mirrors and high-resolution photographic prints to recreate full-size three-dimensional scenes that have been captured with a specially designed camera system. In addition to the existing images, such as EVE and the Mirror in the Bathroom series, stereoscopic portraits and other subjects can be specially commissioned for display in the viewer.

Francesca (cross-eye stereo view)

Tracey (cross-eye stereo view)

Emily (cross-eye stereo view)

Lucie (cross-eye stereo view)

Installation view at Only Human exhibition

Folding Stereoscopic Viewer

Installation view at art fair