Lenticular printing, a process that involves fusing multiple photographs into a single frame, creates a shimmering image that shifts based on the viewer’s position in space. Typically used for advertisements, the effect teeters precariously on the edge of kitsch, but Legrady approaches the process cinematically, pivoting it towards interactivity, nostalgia, and displacement. Using up to four or five photographs, a single print becomes both a still and moving image. The transformation mimes forms of photographic media from film and animation to flipbooks and double exposures. With dense compositions, illusionistic surfaces, and enlarged dimensions, the prints appear painterly upon first glance.