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An illusionary viewing technology that was highly popular in the nineteenth century...

Remediations: feature on digital camera (can't see all at once, must capture in sections like original),

hiss/ pops: the floor (fixed with false terrain [painting needs sculpture, interdisciplinary art]), patent (Robert Barker) states that an enclosure must force the viewer from getting too close, constructed viewpoint

Pops and Hisses

floor and ceiling: painted?

frame: never feel below or underneath the picture

functional nonsense: hats inside why need top covering.

interdiscplinary: sculpture included