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Not Eye is a black and white digital stereoscopic film that explores the relationship between the eye and the camera, between the body and the machine. The film lasts ten minutes. The choice to make the film in stereoscopic 3D creates a kind of mise-en-abyme, reflecting the binocular gaze of human visual perception.
This inherently subjective experience of 3D projection with glasses also serves to underscore and reflect the themes of the film. The relationship between the masked woman and her interviewer becomes the starting point for an examination of the relationship between the gazes of the subject and the institution, between the mechanical eye of the camera and the organic human eye.