Tissue stereoview of the opera “La Biche Au Bois” (The Doe in the Forest). This was probably published by B.K. of Paris, the publishers of the famous diableries. France, after 1865. There is a little signature “HA” on the rock at the lower left corner which indicates that the scene was made by Louis Alfred Habert (1824 - 1893) [converted to anaglyph]
Meshes of the Afternoon (1943) is a short experimental film directed by wife and husband team, Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid. The film’s narrative is circular, and repeats a number of psychologically symbolic images, including a flower on a long driveway, a key falling, a door unlocked, a knife in a loaf of bread, a mysterious Grim Reaper—like cloaked figure with a mirror for a face, a phone off the hook and an ocean. Through creative editing, distinct camera angles, and slow motion, the surrealist film depicts a world in which it is more and more difficult to catch reality.