Finally we can close the doors on our “Twisted life” exhibition, it’s been a long 9 1/2 months since we started the project and time to move on with The Print Room’s new direction, but before that we have one more scheduled class which will be held on August 15-16, 22-23 and 29-30, so if you are interested in joining this class, send us a mail to info@theprintroomkl.com.

Wip room

The WIP room and Benji

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Some of Shareem’s WIP prints

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Deardorff was used for Paul Gadd’s Original 8×10 hand tinted prints and polaroids.

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8×10 and medium format polaroid tests.

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8×10 Polaroid

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The Polaroid Land Processor

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Oops

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One of the props used during the exhibition

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Dried out sunflowers

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Some of the many test strips

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Linda Chin’s  first WIP combination prints

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Some of the masks Linda used to test the positioning of her combination prints.

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Contacts

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Some hand tinting done by some of the guests during the opening of Twisted Life.

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Inks used for hand tinting the photographs

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Some of the large prints which didn’t make the cut after tinting

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Test strips and test prints shows exactly how much work goes into getting the final prints.

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The mask used in “waiting for purgatory” helped prevent staining from selenium or potassium ferricyanide.

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Test strips.