Printing through expired fiber paper
Using photographic dyes for the first time. I always thought they’d behave a lot like watercolour paints. They do not. This is my heavy handed experiment to see how the dyes would behave.
Lady of the Moss, aka “Waiting For My Rice To Boil”
Inverted detail of moss photogram. I soaked photographic paper in soggy, mossy goo for a couple of weeks. The moss had grown into the paper and was clearly thriving. Processing the images was the grossest thing I’ve done in a long time.
Homegrown crystals, yesss
Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a type of chronic arthritis that affects parts of the spine, including bones, muscles and ligaments.
A relative of mine described arthritic inflammation as “feeling like your very bones are about to burst into flame.”
WIP SHOW in Glasgow today! (Friday 31.1.14)
An image I made before Christmas which is no longer relevant to my work. The longer I look at it the weirder it gets.
(I’ve been singing “Sadie’s bum” to the tune of Stacy’s Mom all day.)
The back of one of my moss prints
I’ve been growing moss on my photographs.