In this one-day workshop we will learn how to manipulate darkroom chemicals and certain simple resists to produce unique colored photographs called chemigrams. There is no camera involved, no enlarger, no negative; instead we seem to enter the world of alchemy as black and white darkroom chemistry and exposed photographic papers combine to produce unearthly and ethereal imagery. No prior experience necessary.
Saturday, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
June 9 (1 day)
Limited to 6 students
Rich Turnbull is an art historian, printmaker, book artist, and experimental photographer. He is Associate Professor of Art History at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and his work has been exhibited internationally.