Albert Puntí

Other Perspectives

Image  (1) is formed by images (2) and (3)



     (1)              =              (2)                   +              (3)

In order to create image (2) the camera is placed in the middle of the room at a height of 1.60 m and is rotated in the following order: floor-wall-ceiling-wall-floor.

but with the camera in this position it is impossible to take the pictures of the figures in image (3), as the camera would have to be underground in order to see them from that perspective.


Therefore, two points of view coexist in image (1), which is against the theory of Albertian conic perspective (the one created by the camera lens) in which all the space is organized around an only point of view.