Kelvin, 2015

framed, 16 seperate baryt-prints

103x130cm

DRIES  SEGERS

PROJECTS

__hits of sunshine

 

__black body ()

 

__undecided photographs

 

__(kelvin)

 

__what is behind that curtain

___seeing a rainbow
     (through a window that isn't there)

__(selected images)

__(book)

 

__a vale of desolation

 

 

 

commissioned

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The work (kelvin) came on to me by driving my bike through a tunnel. From one exact spot i saw lightning falling on to the walls of this transitzone.

 

By photographing these artificial lights (1700K - 3200K) with an analogue daylight film (5000K - 6500K). The technique of photography was used to construct an image only making itself visible by chemistry and physics. The available light was in constant flux.

 

The (daylight) film didn’t know how to react on this lighting and chose its own color. My scanner also didn’t know how to handle these images and created a next step into the process. It also added dust to the images. All these steps where in the hands of the medium itself. I was not able to influence this process.