Edition of a series of photographs of mineral forms (rocks, sand, stones, etc); a gradual increase of the difference between the images on each page creates double, panoramic and stereoscopic effects.
About the Artist
Helena Gouveia Monteiro is a visual artist and experimental filmmaker from Portugal. She received her MFA from the ENSA Villa Arson in Nice in 2015 and lives and works in Dublin. Her work has been shown internationally in both cinema and gallery spaces and she is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and by Fingal County Council. The recent experimental short film “Purkyně’s Dusk” is distributed by Light Cone Paris and was screened at Oberhausen International Film Festival, in the Experimental Competition at Vila do Conde International Film Festival, and at Rencontres Cinéma et Vidéo de Nice in 2021. Concerned with the history of technical images and heavily influenced by experimental cinema and media archaeology, she creates films, books, and multi-media installations that engage different levels of visual and cultural recognition to question our perception of language and audio-visual experiences. She is the co-founder of Stereo Editions, an independent publishing collective of artists’ editions and currently co-directs the LUX Critical Forum Dublin. 1
About the Publisher
Stereo Editions is a publishing collective bringing together artists, writers, and filmmakers from diverse geographical and intellectual spheres for the production and distribution of limited editions, book-objects, films, and sounds. Based between Ireland and France, the collective was founded in Marseilles in 2016 by Helena Gouveia Monteiro and Juliette Liautaud to support the creation of challenging edited forms in a mutually supportive environment. We prioritise collaboration and alternative modes of production and distribution. All our editions are signed and numbered, and ethically produced at a small scale by the collective with all proceeds shared equally with the authors. 2