Marian Drew

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

“This is where Baryta paper’s very specific properties become so important to the work: the photographic emulsion is soaked into the very fibres of its structure, rather than sitting awkwardly atop a resinous outer layer. When staring at the image we do not gaze onto the print’s surface, but into the very pulp of the paper—the images are given a real, physical space in which to exist.” Ollie Gapper • Photomonitor