Minimal paintings by Jarek Puczel. He refers to these works as “abandoning the developed form”.
By swallowing pieces of 35mm film both these young photographers from Kingston University were able to turn themselves in to human cameras. Once the film segments had wandered through their entire digestive system they were thoroughly washed and developed. The scratches and marks made to the emulsion were left by the students internal organs and with the assistance of a scanning electron microscope they were able to produce a series of stunning black and white prints.
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