Luca, with praying mantis toy, Sewanee, 2008. Polaroid SX-70 I wonder about Memory and Photography. The two are linked, sure. Yet their relationship puzzles me. It is not as clear as this: ‘photographs are mementos, they remind us of the circumstances around the moment the picture was taken’. Nor is it simply that photographs stand […]
Kara Adams, print-out platinum-palladium print (1:1 pt:pd) on Revere Platinum paper, from original negative, 2 x 2 inches Scans of prints from this Spring Semester’s Advanced Studies in Photography class, where the group worked with MW Print-out platinum-palladium.
Potatoes. Duckspool, Somerset. 1989. platinum-palladium print on 100% cellulose (Fabriano 5) from original 8×10 negative.Potatoes. A photograph made thirty years ago, while teaching at the legendary Duckspool Photography Workshops in SW England, run by Peter and Sue Goldfield. A full scan with color target, and a detail:
Sewanee has had a long-standing relationship with a special part of Jamaica. For over thirty years, my friend Dixon Myers has been learning from, and working with community partners in Trenchtown, and bringing Sewanee students to this amazing partnership. A new development with this project has been unfolding – the trenchtowncultureyard.com web site. The site […]
Kigundu 7, front A cutting tool that was passed down several generations Dodoma, Tanzania, 2017 Scan of a Platinum-palladium print on Reich CT48 Translucent paper, from an 8×10 inch negative Printed 2018 10″x8″ This is the sixteenth image in ‘From Where Loss Comes’, a photographic series about female genital cutting and sacrifice. The series is […]
Kigundu A cutting tool in goat skin Scabbard, Dodoma, Tanzania, August 9, 2017 Scan of a Platinum-palladium print on Reich CT48 Translucent paper, from an 8×10 inch negative Printed 2018 10″x8″ This is the fourteenth image of ‘From Where Loss Comes’, a photographic series about female genital cutting and sacrifice. The series is published here […]