Please note that, although region-free, this is a PAL DVD, which for U.S. viewing generally requires both a region-free multi-standard DVD player and a multi-standard television, or a converter box.
Since the creation of The Lost Door, his full-length feature film, Roy Stuart has continued to augment contemporary photography with his unique rhythm and voice. In a time when video dominates, still photography is no longer isolated. Instead, its immediacy is part of a stream where the image invokes a before and after, compressing and magnifying its power. Beyond the need for captions, a photograph must break free of its limitations and evolve, revealing a third dimension, able to express words, poetry, or even music. The DVD that accompanies the book of photographs is much more than just a free gift. It is a true extension of the work, and invites you to reexamine it, questioning its limitations and unexplored possibilities. It contains sequences from Roy Stuart’s GLIMPSE series, and clips from his photo shoots, accompanied by music and occasional text. The DVD represents an alliance between photography and video, providing a vision of what erotic art is, as opposed to the porn industry, which merely clutters up the Internet with junk.