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Rodinal print 8"x10" (20cmx25cm) in satin Ilford paper 
(developed in dark room, using alternative photographic process: Rodinal)

*price doesn't include frame / p&p


  • One-off Rodinal print hand developed on Ilford satin photopaper.

    Rodinal was patented January 27, 1891 by Dr. Momme Andresen. It was the first product sold by Agfa and is the oldest photographic product.

    The significance in these photograph relies on the choice of production techniques, where I've introduced another 'mirror' via the use of contact printing from paper negatives and scratch chemical-process. Rather than opt for commercial-grade super-perfect prints, I've instead taken high-resolution, highly-worked digital masters through a deliberately unsophisticated DIY approach, shunning contemporary ideas of digital 'perfection'.

    The specific print is coming from the video work: "Borderline" (2015) :

    "An infinite horizontal line of bodies attempting to cross the sea, leaving traces of a destroyed past merged with the sand. And in the meantime the sound of the sea..."


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