This Quatroscopy depicts a silver-washed fritillary (Kaisermantel) – no it's not a bikini-top, resting on a meadow-clover. Graphically speaking, this quatroscopy is a square image in the center, reflected three times in four directions. In reality such patterns emerge, when an image is observed through a four-sided mirror-tunnel (quatroscope) similar to a caleidoscope, but with four, rather than three mirrors forming the tunnel.
Ever since developing my first quatroscope, I have enjoyed myself, producing such patterns using many kinds of input pictures. Quatroscopies are a second view of a simple reality. For more information on quatroscopy visit my website: www.hansthierstein.ch
This high-quality digital print is mounted on an thin aluminum sheet (60x60cm). This is print number 1 of a maximum of 10. Mounting contrivance and signed certification label on back.