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 “The analog color darkroom is a magical place
where a pitch-black environment allows only the vision of the mind’s eye. Without the use of a camera, I build my own negatives and paint with light. Handmade cardboard puzzles are taken apart and put together in the darkness, allowing for multiple exposures to emerge on light-sensitive paper. Light bleeds and is contained. Alongside the enlarger lamp, I use flashlights, bike lights, laser lights, cell phone lights, and toy lights to make my images.
I enjoy working in this way because everything is variable. It is impossible to create the same image twice, which makes each photogram unique.”
Landscape Shapes (Ethereal)
analog chromogenic photogram, unique, on Fujiflex
50'' x 73''
 liz NielseN

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