C-print made with black and white sandwiched negatives.
I made these images while taking a class in traditional color darkroom printing. We learned to print one image at a time and color balance them. Most of these in this series were made by waving color gels under the enlarger to create unique hues for each print. Each color layer of the c-print was exposed individually. In terms of the image layering, I was interested in showing how an experience of one place can often trigger the memory of a another. The photographic records are physically stacked but their interaction is interpreted in the moment of the final print exposure.
C-print made with black and white negatives.
C-print. This print was actually made by exposing the paper twice with two different negatives.
C-print made with sandwiched black and white negatives.