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CORDEN | POTTS POP-UP - Without A Lens

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WITHOUT A LENS
Two photographers, both starting with traditional gelatin silver darkroom paper, take their image making in stunningly nontraditional directions without cameras or lenses.

CORDEN | POTTS POPS UP
for a special exhibition at Chung 24 Gallery

Jacqueline Walters
Learning Mandarin and the Language or Lumens

Inspired by her study of Mandarin and its written structure of marks within an "imaginary square," Jacqueline employs the antique process of Lumen printing to create her own visual language. She arranges organic materials on expired photographic paper and then exposes it to sunlight. With constant experimentation she has learned to control the often surprising results.


Max Kellenberger
Going in Circles

Max has had a lifelong fascination with geometric forms, especially the circle. He makes traditional photograms in the darkroom, creating designs by laying circular objects on photographic paper. But he also has done the inverse. In his new work he tones gelatin silver paper in various ways and then removes circles and uses the resulting pieces to form a dimensional collages.
WITHOUT A LENS
Two photographers, both starting with traditional gelatin silver darkroom paper, take their image making in stunningly nontraditional directions without cameras or lenses.

CORDEN | POTTS POPS UP
for a special exhibition at Chung 24 Gallery

Jacqueline Walters
Learning Mandarin and the Language or Lumens

Inspired by her study of Mandarin and its written structure of marks within an "imaginary square," Jacqueline employs the antique process of Lumen printing to create her own visual language. She arranges organic materials on expired photographic paper and then exposes it to sunlight. With constant experimentation she has learned to control the often surprising results.


Max Kellenberger
Going in Circles

Max has had a lifelong fascination with geometric forms, especially the circle. He makes traditional photograms in the darkroom, creating designs by laying circular objects on photographic paper. But he also has done the inverse. In his new work he tones gelatin silver paper in various ways and then removes circles and uses the resulting pieces to form a dimensional collages.
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