Follow the artistic creation of an exhibition in silver film lab aNa artiste
This technique refers to a technical term: The Photogram.
A photogram is - in photography - a photographic image obtained without using a camera, placing objects on a photosensitive surface (photo paper or film) and then exposing it directly to the light.
It only has a few seconds, in complete darkness, to throw a dynamic drawing in a defined frame and an unusable time for the common artists.
The draw is made on site, by the master of the house, in stride, on a photographic silver paper of very large format.
This research work allows this atypical artist to challenge herself by pushing the technical difficulty to its climax. Everything rests for a few moments then only on his technique on the one hand, but especially on his personal mastery. aNa must indeed concentrate to the extreme. She has no time to think, direct or distinguish. It is about letting go of one's body and mind in a brief but productive communion.
The singularity also lies in the imbalance that the method imposes between the preparations and technical adjustments in light of the few seconds used to produce his work.
An exhibition will bring together the first unique copies in November 2018 in Lyon.
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