“Schilling’s work is a discourse on the anatomy of illusion. a return to the physical experience of perception. this work locates the visual experience in the brain by completing its visual text there. The art of Schilling opens up a critical dialogue between the arts. This view of art as a sense experience, as the convergence of the work and the perceiver, which brings the work into existence, establishes the basis of that experience as a means of deconstructing reality and constructing through that experience a path toward a renewal, and the opening up of the perceptual (sense) experience.”
John G. Hanhardt, Curator of Film and Video, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 1977.
Random Dot stereo works
An article discussing the artistic use of fo stereo images in photography.