A contemporary series of portraits reflecting the history of stereoscopic “pin-up” photography. The use of small-scale 3-D photography in a viewfinder to depict sexual imagery - an ideal method for an especially intense and private mode of looking - stretches back to photography's early days. Sadie's Choice was created utilizing the same techniques used by “pin-up” photographers in the 1950's; 35mm color transparencies displayed in a viewer. The images themselves are the result of collaborations designed to reorient the traditional gender dynamics of glamour photography.
Marcia Wood Gallery, 2007.