Former photo journalist Jean Curran re-interpreted images from Alfred Hitchcock’s film “Vertigo.”
Jean, who did a masters in Fine Art Photography, discovered dye-transfer printing which was used to make the 1958 movie.
With permission from the Hitchcock estate, Jean then made her own photographic prints from a rare negative of “Vertigo” to create the work.
“The Vertigo Project,” which consists of 20 prints, is now on display at The Danziger Gallery in New York until January 26th.
Have a listen to her chat with Mary: