Nothing nicer than unveiling fresh photo prints that dried over night (it’s baryte cardboard, they need long rinsing and long drying between clothes)!
It’s all for my upcoming photo walk – hanging – story telling – exhibition, see here >>> Kiss the Moment, it’s not a Pyramid!
Looks like a tired sitting ice bear 😉
Kiss the Moment, it’s not a Pyramid! (Göteborg)
2021 • 4.21 min • Super 8
A documentary. Klick here to watch it on Youtube.
I make positive prints from my pinhole negatives, I develop them in a specific soup that is related to the object: Magnolia soup, tree leaf soup, cucumber pickle soup … and in Kompostol, a developer made from food waste.
A person’s leftover food of one day makes one liter of developer and develops about 6 photos.
I take something from nature and I give it back.
I hang the photo in the place where it was taken. It remains there until it gets stolen, rained down, or weathered.
It is in transit, it will disappear, but that doesn’t matter, the flowers are wilting as well and the trees are losing their leaves.
Nothing is forever, but for a while it is just there, delightful: kiss the moment, it’s not a pyramid!
Click the image, watch the film!!!!!