Canadian Photographer Jessica Eaton has created some dazzling photographic works for her debut exhibition in the United Kingdom, titled Ad Infinitum which opened January 23rd at The Hospital Club in London.
The images you see below are made on sheets of 4 x 5 film and a series of monochromatic cubes. Eaton places red, green or blue gels over the camera lens to make multiple exposures of each cube.
Jessica Eaton states “The darkroom is a really visceral way of build a deeper understanding of the medium … and I have pushed the magic of it all into the very small darkroom I now have, the chamber inside my camera bellows.”
The exhibition runs through February 8th, 2014.
The city of Sheffield (in South Yorkshire, England) supports a flourish of artists who employ diverse printing techniques. Ranging from colorful linocuts by James Green, to witty silkscreen prints from Kid Acne. Printing Sheffield, a brand new exhibition reflects the diversity and abundance of contemporary printing in Sheffield.
Henderson’s Relish by Joe Peel
Printing Sheffield exhibit, including works by Jo Peel, James Green, Phlegm, Florence Blanchard, and many more, runs through Sunday June 14, 2014 at Millennium Gallery.