Lucy Raven’s research into the history and evolution of contemporary applications of 3-D film technologies has led to a handful of trips to Mumbai, a major production outpost for the Hollywood 2-D to 3-D film conversion process. In her illustrated lecture Low Relief, Raven investigates depictions of spatial depth and the roots of 3-D image making.
In conjunction with Hammer Projects: Lucy Raven.
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