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The project is based on a photo series an American couple took during a 1973 trip to Lebanon. Tracking the exact location of each shot, Nasr and Coekin photographed the same site, noting how half a century had changed the landscape. The source photos were shot on a stereo camera, which captures binocular images of one scene. When placed in a viewfinder, each binocular photo combines to form a three-dimensional image. While retracing the couple's Lebanon journey, Nasr and Coekin used vintage cameras to reframe each new photo.Nasr and Coekin took dual images of the now-renovated pool.
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