This series uses projection photography---a technique that originated in the 1960s with the work of John French, in which photographic images were projected onto a model. For this series, images of optical illusions were projected using a mini-beamer onto a model, La Lunetta, who posed against a dark backdrop.
Illusions are the theme of this series. When confronted with an optical illusion, the brain tries to make some sense of what the person sees.In this instance, as the optical illusion is wrapped around a model, the illusion becomes more clear and less confusing. Analogously, trying to make sense of the world around us has become ever more complex and confusing with time, almost as if the world is one large optical illusion trick. Fortunately, there is hope in sight, as we wrap our eyes around these illusions that confront us.