Perspective Scenarios

Perspective: 1350–1400; Middle English < Medieval Latin perspectīva (ars) optical (science), perspectīvum optical glass, past participle stem of perspicere to look at closely (see per-, inspect) + -īvus -ive.

Scenario: 1875–80; < Italian < Latin scēnārium. See scene, -ary.

Allan Banford’s Perspective Scenarios series, where three-dimensional environments are ingeniously portrayed in two dimensions. Through this innovative approach, Banford captures not only the spatial relationships of instances and characters but also vividly describes their actions, movements, and scenes across time—be it past, present, or future.

Each piece in this series serves as a portal, inviting viewers to embark on a deeply personal journey of subconscious interpretation. As you explore these mesmerizing artworks, prepare to be transported beyond the confines of traditional representation into a realm where reality and imagination intertwine seamlessly. Here, the boundaries of time and space blur, allowing for an exploration of the human experience that transcends the limitations of the physical world.

Join us as we delve into the rich tapestry of Allan Banford’s series, where every stroke of the brush or pixel on the canvas serves as a gateway to new realms of understanding and introspection. Embark on this extraordinary journey and unlock the secrets hidden within each intricately crafted scene.

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