What is the Anamorphosis
The art of anamorphosis.
Matter of points of view.
The word anamorphosis is a seventeenth-century neologism coined to indicate a genre of pictorial representation based on the study of perspective aberration, widely used in Baroque art.
From the Greek anà and morphè (anà expresses the idea of movement from the bottom upwards; morphé indicates the shape of the object), the term describes recognizable images only if observed from a precise point of view, or reflected in a mirror. From any other point of view, they appear distorted or indecipherable.