Crystal clear, instantly, no censorship: they undress! You just have to put them on the tip of your nose and let them magically unveil what hides the skin, clothes. Cotton blouses, tweed trousers, silk dresses, fur coats, undergarments and delicate lingerie: all gone! You then discover what is hidden, breasts and naked backsides all revealed!
They are truly magical.
They are mythical, glasses to see without being seen, the front the back and everything else you wish for.
Sacha Goldberger plays with our fantasies in the new X-Ray Vision series.
Through sixteen photographic scenes, Sacha tells a tale of desire and glances set in a reconstructed and imaginary America of the sixties.
Voyeurs and peeping Toms live in a decor where art and references mingles with an Edward Hopper painting or an episode of Mad Men.
As a director, Sacha Goldberger chooses the sets, directs the actors, works on the lighting, determines the frames and makes sure of every detail, but always let’s the spectator have the pleasure of finishing the story. With X-Ray Vision, he takes the opposite course of his previous series, Secret Eden, in which he stages eros by ellipses, in a game of hide and seek.
He unveils, in plain daylight, impatient desires.
No lingering but quite a lot of humour and elegance in stripping cloths off with X-Ray vision!