Luminograms. Colors / 35 Grad – 95 Degrees Fahrenheit

Images in Which Reality Plays a Part. Colors. Luminograms
1 Box of AGFA-Monochromes
2018 
95 Luminograms on expired AGFA-Gevaert-Paper from the 70-ies
Each 24 x 17,8 cm – (7 x 91/2”)
(random arrangement in the studio)

Agfa all-3small


Luminograms
2015
Selection
Monochromes and Gradients on expired Kodak Royal paper
91/2 x 12″
some mounted on aluminum, some framed
Uniques

Luminograms 30x25
(Studio Shot by Johannes Heurer)



35 Grad – 95 Degrees Fahrenheit

2008
32 Luminograms on Kodak Supra Endura paper
Each 21,5 x 26,5 cm framed –  Installation 200 x 120 cm

35-Grad

In the color lab, one depends on a reliable machine in order to get the color tones/hues that are determined by filters, aperture and exposure time. The temperature of the chemistry must be 95 degrees Fahrenheit. (Incidentally, the same constant temperature as in a nest of bees…)

KunstZeugHaus

KunstZeugHaus, CH-Rapperswil