Christopher Bucklow

Christopher Bucklow

Christopher Bucklow

Christopher Bucklow

Christopher Bucklow:  I draw around the shadow of someone I have dreamed of. Then I transfer that silhouette onto the aluminium foil and fill it gradually with about 25,000 pinhole apertures. On a sunny day I place that foil onto my 40 x 60 inch camera and expose a sheet of Cibachrome paper to the sun. The paper gets developed and that is the work. There is no negative.

Christopher Bucklow: I draw around the shadow of someone I have dreamed of. Then I transfer that silhouette onto the aluminium foil and fill it gradually with about 25,000 pinhole apertures. On a sunny day I place that foil onto my 40 x 60 inch camera and expose a sheet of Cibachrome paper to the sun. The paper gets developed and that is the work. There is no negative.

Christopher Bucklow. UK. (Technology, Pattern) // Danziger Gallery

Christopher Bucklow. UK. (Technology, Pattern) // Danziger Gallery

Searching for the Light: Christopher Bucklow @ Danziger Gallery

Searching for the Light: Christopher Bucklow @ Danziger Gallery

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