An agamograph is a series of images that change at different angles. This work is named after the Israeli sculptor, Yaacov Agam who was born in 1928 and still living today (2017). This artist is known for his optical and kinetic art.
cutting and putting it all together
On the back of each picture - mark every 2 inches on the top and the bottom of the paper.
Connect the marks.
Number each stripe on both papers.
Cut the stripes. Keep them in two different piles - one pile per picture.
Take both #1 stripes. Place then side by side on the table face down. Use masking tape to tape them together.
Mark every 2 inches on the third paper (watercolor paper).
This is where you are going to glue the stripes on.
Use a glue stick to assemble the pictures.