Supporting artistic and scientific research by continuing early cinema photo-chemical experiments, in order to create unique film material and approach new pictorial possibilities for artists through the making of their own emulsion.
Today, more than a hundred years after its invention, the potential for innovation in the medium of motion picture film is immeasurable. Through practical experiments and research on early photographic techniques, film artists are beginning to produce their own film stock and make considerable progress in the field.
Re-Exploring Unexplored Paths
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In Re-Exploring Unexplored Paths we focus on the scientific and artistic research of the forgotten, abandoned and unexplored areas of photochemical processes used to create colour film material. By researching early publications and documentation on the subject, contemporary filmmakers are able to discover a wide range of techniques, which were perhaps abandoned in their early stages of development, waiting for further exploration. Through practical experimentation, artists can discover new textures, colours and a wide variety of images
26 June | Symposium
27 June - 1 July | Seminar
2-3 July | Workshop