Museum of Lost Wonder

Dik-diks in 3D

58″ x 30″ x 4.5″ closed, 58″ x 30″ x 30″ open. Mixed media; Wood, acrylic on canvas, mirror.

Exhibited at the Boston Museum of Science and inspired by the first steroscopic viewer invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838.

The 3D Dik-dik paintings are based on a diorama of small African antelopes at the Field Museum in Chicago.

It folds flat to be wall hung, then opens up to reveal all its glory. The mirrors fold out on an adjustable base for focusing. If you put your nose to the edge of the mirrors, the dik-dik paintings pop out in 3D.




SKU: AG S 005

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