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We may consider the device as a hybrid form of three optical toys which in their days were considered also as artefacts that showed the mechanics of human perception: a phenakistiscope, a zoetrope wheel of life and a praxinoscope.

Parts of these are combined with a crystal ball here rather in a form of an egg , a common magical and material attribute of fantastic sorceresses. Crary can see animated images. A strip with a sequence of pictures is put inside the drum, and while the device is turning, one sees the images moving thanks to the stroboscope effect.

The strips are interchangeable. The illusionary movement is looped and it can provide an endless illusion until the observer decides to stop the device. These mirrors may be seen as a prefiguration of cinematic screen, and in the later modifications of the toy praxinoscope projector, theater optique the device itself so the apparatus was gradually concealed from the viewer.

I would suggest that in Mirror, Mirror the crystal egg plays the role of the screen.

In its primal form, praxinoscope worked similarly to zoetrope, producing a linear and repetitive illusionary movement.

The animated image that the movie spectator sees inside the crystal egg refers however to yet another optical toy that preceded zoetrope and praxinoscope — the phenakistiscope, designed around by the Belgian researcher Joseph Plateau. It is a cardboard disk with several slits usually between 10 and A sequence of pictures is drawn on the disk between the slits.

In order to view a moving image, the observer is supposed to stand in front of a well- lit mirror, spin the disk and look into the mirror through the slits. In Mirror, Mirror, animated image screened magically? Such an animation was typical for a phenakistiscope and not for a zoetrope or praxinoscope, as the latter devices introduced a linear development of images, leading to a simple form of a repetitive action.

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The looped image of the rose would be a metaphor of the circular time, in which the story repeats again and again. The circular model of time is typical for a fairy-tale narrative, and the rose is symbolic here, as some written Snow White versions begin with an image of mother looking at a rose and dreaming that her daughter would have her lips as red as the flower.

The animation may be also a metaphor of the story of life and death, blossoming and ageing repeated again and again throughout human and especially women life. When we follow this narration, we do not longer see or feel the presence of the treacherous device. I would argue that the Evil Queen both demonstrates and then conceals the apparatus, directing the movie spectator into a trap of optical illusion.

In the movie prologue, old media and cinema dispositifs are combined: the close-up that makes the 1 Dulac N. Strauven red. Amsterdam , p. The viewer mode is understood as rather passive and continuing the renaissance-originated immobility of the spectator, and typical for toys that separated the illusionary moving image from its material source the apparatus.

The player mode is described as active, interacting with the device which is at the same time the medium and the object of perception.

I would like to recollect a small detail: the Evil Queen makes her device turn with the use of a handle, and this fact is emphasised with a close-up of her hand putting the toy in motion. At first, neither zoetropes nor praxinoscopes had handles, these appeared only later. A handle reinforces the physical interaction between the device and its user, it also broadens the sensory experience of playing. In Mirror, Mirror the player mode of attraction is activated within the movie diegesis — the Evil Queen is the player, active and decisive when it goes about the animation produced by her device.

The movie spectators are, on the contrary, forced to adapt the viewer mode of attraction, watching the animation evoked by the Queen and her toy. Cinematic means of expression seem to be at the services of the Queen in order to maintain the viewer mode of attraction among the movie spectators : the optical toy disappears from the frame as a result of a long zooming in the form of a movie ride.

The animated prologue fills then the whole screen, hiding the deceiving optical toy from us spectators. As the action continues, the Queen makes an effort to maintain her image of a powerful witch. I would suggest that in Mirror, Mirror the crystal egg plays the role of the screen. In its primal form, praxinoscope worked similarly to zoetrope, producing a linear and repetitive illusionary movement. The animated image that the movie spectator sees inside the crystal egg refers however to yet another optical toy that preceded zoetrope and praxinoscope — the phenakistiscope, designed around by the Belgian researcher Joseph Plateau.

It is a cardboard disk with several slits usually between 10 and A sequence of pictures is drawn on the disk between the slits.

In order to view a moving image, the observer is supposed to stand in front of a well- lit mirror, spin the disk and look into the mirror through the slits.

Dulac and Gaudreault point out the characteristics of the attraction: In Mirror, Mirror, animated image screened magically? Such an animation was typical for a phenakistiscope and not for a zoetrope or praxinoscope, as the latter devices introduced a linear development of images, leading to a simple form of a repetitive action.

The looped image of the rose would be a metaphor of the circular time, in which the story repeats again and again.

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The circular model of time is typical for a fairy-tale narrative, and the rose is symbolic here, as some written Snow White versions begin with an image of mother looking at a rose and dreaming that her daughter would have her lips as red as the flower. The animation may be also a metaphor of the story of life and death, blossoming and ageing repeated again and again throughout human and especially women life.

When we follow this narration, we do not longer see or feel the presence of the treacherous device. I would argue that the Evil Queen both demonstrates and then conceals the apparatus, directing the movie spectator into a trap of optical illusion. In the movie prologue, old media and cinema dispositifs are combined: Strauven red.

Amsterdam , p. The viewer mode is understood as rather passive and continuing the renaissance-originated immobility of the spectator, and typical for toys that separated the illusionary moving image from its material source the apparatus.

The player mode is described as active, interacting with the device which is at the same time the medium and the object of perception. I would like to recollect a small detail: At first, neither zoetropes nor praxinoscopes had handles, these appeared only later. A handle reinforces the physical interaction between the device and its user, it also broadens the sensory experience of playing.

In Mirror, Mirror the player mode of attraction is activated within the movie diegesis — the Evil Queen is the player, active and decisive when it goes about the animation produced by her device.

The movie spectators are, on the contrary, forced to adapt the viewer mode of attraction, watching the animation evoked by the Queen and her toy. Cinematic means of expression seem to be at the services of the Queen in order to maintain the viewer mode of attraction among the movie spectators: The animated prologue fills then the whole screen, hiding the deceiving optical toy from us spectators.

As the action continues, the Queen makes an effort to maintain her image of a powerful witch. However, both movie spectators and other film characters finally recognize that the Queen is but a conjurer.

The most significant scenes are the ones when she visits the magical place where she talks with her reflection. In fact, there are 2 mirrors in the movie: The other mirror is in a small hut below it.

The reflection in it is not a mere look, but a phantom-like independent being. It resembles the Evil Queen but at the same time it is slightly different, ageless and emotionless. And it is the woman in this mirror who definitely possesses superpowers, as it is she whom the Queen asks for magic. The more magic she receives, the weaker and older she becomes, and the stronger and more cruel becomes the phantom in the mirror.

I would suggest that the image in the mirror may be seen partly as a reflection and partly as a shadow. Shadow would evoke the archaic magical rituals. According to Victor I. And finally it takes over all the power.It is surprising in two ways: I would like to prove that a certain optical device, used by the queen several times in the movie, gives its spectator clues to demystify the Queen as a plain illusionist and conjurer and not as a powerful sorceress.

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Together with the queen perishes the underwater demonic world and her optical toy. The circular model of time is typical for a fairy-tale narrative, and the rose is symbolic here, as some written Snow White versions begin with an image of mother looking at a rose and dreaming that her daughter would have her lips as red as the flower.

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