Jessica Eaton. Cubes for Albers and Lewitt (and more).
Canadian photographer jessica eaton uses her camera to create color invisible to the naked eye. she gives bright hues to gray forms in her series ‘cubes for albers and lewitt’, and that work was recently awarded the photography prize at the 2012 hyères international festival of fashion and photography.
Eaton uses simple rectangular gels and multiple exposures to make these images, which are shot on 10x8 film. “I started working with the tri-colour process in 2004 or so, having found it in an old kodak photography manual”. she applies filters in three colors to her camera and takes multiple exposures, a process that turns gray forms into the vibrant ones seen here. “the color itself is mixed inside the camera,” she says.
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