A perspective on time travel
Frozen in Time — A perspective on time travel
The closest you get to travelling in time is a photograph. It's more precise than a memory, more present than a
motion picture and closer than a dream. A photograph is a fragment of a time and place replaying in front of your
eyes in an endless loop. It's continuously moving back in time and thereby pushing closer and closer to reality.
The older a photograph becomes the further you travel through time when viewing it. Welcome to the time machine.
— Lars Brandt Stisen
"STEREO EINS" — The custom modular stereoscopic 3D film (analog) camera I created to photograph the series.
I made the camera using components produced in the DDR between 1968 and 1988 which gives the camera a
historical relation to the scene.
Classic Red/Cyan (typical cardboard style) 3D glasses are required to view the series as intended.
3D glasses are provided when visiting the live exhibition.
Traveller at Brandenburg Gate (Notice the stereo-depth extends beyond the gate, all the way to Victory Column)
Girl in bedroom, Zossener Strasse
Afternoon on Admiralbrücke, Kreuzberg
Conversation on U2 (U-Bahnlinie 2)
Sunday in Mauerpark
Aircraft behind fence, Berlin-Tegel
Arrival on Hauptbahnhof
Tourist in paradise, Friedrichstrasse
Towards the bunker
Traces of war
Metal works at Gleisdreieck
A place in time, Alexanderplatz
Summer in Urbanhafen
Under the arcade, Museumsinsel