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These images were made in 2007 using a non-traditional, messy, and labor-intensive photographic method. Here's more than you probably need to know about it:

 

I scanned negatives from a 35mm camera, printed them on acetate, cut them up, and painted on them with windex and ink. The result of this first process were print-size negatives which I layered on photo paper under glass. On top of the glass I used things like water,  couscous, and thin fabric to add another layer of texture.  I exposed the print by shooting light from a 60 watt bulb (through an aperture in a piece of cardboard).  The final step before processing the photo paper in traditional darkroom chemicals was to scrape into the emulsion and use various chemicals to interrupt how the developer would react to the silver gelatin. The resulting images were not particularly archival but these art prints for sale are acid-free archival replicas of the scanned originals.

 

Experimental Photography

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