Lifelines and milestones. The good and the bad. Changes that can elate or destroy us.
Chromogenic paper is exposed to room light and processed conventionally. The paper is then selectively stripped using corrosive chemicals. This reveals the layers of color of which it is comprised, often accompanied by surface texture and iridescence. The unpredictable results of integrating chemical reactions with the appearance of etching cannot be accurately depicted online. The process is of my own devising and proprietary; the prints are unique.
“I'm more interested in seeing what the material tells me than in imposing my will on it.” —John Chamberlain