OSE Associate Tina Rowe will reveal some of the usually unconsidered aspects of the photographic image-making process. The performance will create an image of something that can’t be seen without the use of a camera, to show a creation of an image as an active process. Patterns on the film will then be developed as part of the performance itself through the use of a lensless camera, darkroom chemistry and digital technology.
This event is part of ‘Agenda Salad’, a week of exhibitions, performances, workshops and discussions devised by OSE associates to mark the end of Year 2. Click here for more information.