with Dallas Robertson
4 October 2020 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Join tutor Dallas Robertson and find out how to take a photograph without a camera! A photogram is an image made by setting objects directly onto a light-sensitive material and exposing it to light. It is a sort of photographic picture, but it displays the tones in the opposite order from those seen in reality. This means that photograms show negative shadows, or in other words, the portions of the surface that do not get touched by the light remain white (not black, as we would expect to happen in real life). The subjects of the photograms will be found objects, such as vines, twigs, string, and cotton wool that can be creatively arranged to create interesting compositions.
In association with the exhibition The Brink.
Cost $10. Limited numbers. Ph: 03 474 3260 – booking essential.