Mathieu Hubert's Stereoscopik project was inspired by an old Viewmaster he used to play with as a kid.
This series of sixteen viewfinder diptychs is more than portraits in the proper sense. Each work implies that the person and the image they’re viewing are related. In the artist statements, Hubert writes: “It could either be what the sitter is really seeing, or it may well be their own memories or even some sort of repressed desires.”
See more of Mathieu Hubert's work here.