Luminograms. Colors / 35 Grad – 95 Degrees Fahrenheit

Images in Which Reality Plays a Part. Colors. Luminograms
1 Box of AGFA-Monochromes
95 Luminograms on expired AGFA-Gevaert-Paper from the 70-ies
(5 test prints) – random arrangement in the studio
Each 24 x 17,8 cm – (7 x 9 ½”)

Agfa all-3small

Luminograms. Out of the Dark
2015 – ongoing
Monochromes and Gradients on expired Kodak Royal paper, each ia a unique print
9½ x 12″
some mounted on aluminum, some framed

Luminograms 30x25
(Studio Shot by Johannes Heurer)

35 Grad – 95 Degrees Fahrenheit

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


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


KunstZeugHaus, CH-Rapperswil