While these stereoscopic images are testimony to a world now gone, they are, nonetheless, unavoidably destined to disappear.
What must be grasped is that their almost perfect duplication presents reflections of a world reinvented by time.
In deciding to see these stereoscopes, not in three dimensions as them were conceived by their authors,
but as panoramic views, Stephen Sack introduces a fourth dimension, not only that of time,
but an interior vision of a dreamlike landscaped where past, present and future merge in the vagueness of unconsciousness.
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