Laser print. Emulsion Lifted 4’ x 5’ Scan, Color Negative Shot with a Linhof Technika 4 x 5 (Chemically Processed/Developed Large Format... Read More
Laser print. Emulsion Lifted 4’ x 5’ Scan, Color Negative
Shot with a Linhof Technika 4 x 5 (Chemically Processed/Developed Large Format Analog Film)
The Technika’s groundless (It’s the referential point of focus, it’s automatization of the world) closes in upon itself, [engenders] itself - through the very light it seeks illumination of - it turns its longing to pre-view in reverse, slips like a myth into the hollow ears of history.
The same lens with which it claims the world produces the world it claims.
The negative fluorescence is Cherenkov’s Blue. This blue tint is an echo of the shock waves of visible light generated by overcharged particles [electrons] traveling through a dielectric medium [polarized electrically] with a speed greater than the speed of light from within the medium. *Analogous to the sonic boom of a supersonic aircraft, where sound waves produced by the aircraft travel at the speed of sound slower than the aircraft, cannot propagate forward from the aircraft, alternatively forming a conical shock front.