A still life is a work of art depicting inanimate subject matter, typically commonplace objects such as flowers, vases, jewelry, and so on.
This photo collection plays with the idea of still life art by taking a classic subject (flower arrangements) and giving motion to that single moment in time.
Images were created with a Nimslo camera. The Nimslo is a stereo camera that uses 35mm film to produce 4 frame lenticular photographs. It was produced in the 1980s by Nimstec in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. After being touted as the the next major innovation in photo technology, the Nimslo failed commercially. Cameras can still be found on various internet auction sites.
35mm film, scanned
2015, Phoenicia, New York