is a collection of portraits taken in Cardiff with a home-made view
camera that were then printed and developed in the gallery space
directly onto the walls for the Made in Roath festival in Cardiff, Wales.
was an experiment in the curating, printing and the presentation of an
exhibition. As part of the exhibition, and rather than printing the
images and then bring them to the gallery, the gallery space was itself
part of the printing process. It was turned into a darkroom and, using
liquid photo emulsion, the walls were turned into prints.
images were contact printed directly onto the gallery wall and developed
there in situ. The space, with all its own quirks and faults, become
part of the exhibition rather than simply a hanging, or presentation
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