Working with the photogram technique, participants will use 16mm analogue sound and image samples to ‘compose’ in the darkroom, and hand-process the film! The result will be a sound/image collage, played back at the end of the workshop to produce ‘photo-sonic’ film strips. Using the area usually reserved for the 16mm soundtrack, sound is recorded as a photographic image by means of contact printing, applying creative ideas for sonic and audiovisual play. Feel free to bring translucent and opaque materials and even photo negatives which can be laid over film stock. No previous experience necessary. To book, email email@example.com
- Running Time:
- 300 mins
- This is a past event.
There are no planned future listings for this event, and as such tickets are currently unavailable; however, any future screenings will be posted here, so watch this space!