Randa Shaath

Friday, 12 February 2016

“Making a cyanotype involves placing a negative image—which could be a photographic negative, or an object, as in a photogram—on treated paper or fabric. ([Annie] Lopez took from her own life and her father’s battle with Alzheimer’s, using photocopies of medical books as well as comments made by family members.) After an iron-based solution is brushed on, the paper is placed under ultraviolet light, or in direct sun, to develop.” Ted Loos • New York Times

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