Silver and Water manifests a historic return to photographic technology and a departure in its application from the genre of landscape photography. Working with an oversized camera obscura, paper negatives and contact gelatin silver prints, Lauren Bon and the Optics Division of Metabolic Studio interpret the essential elements of both analogue photography and the expansion of the American West.
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