Canadian photographer Marianna Rothen creates her photographs with a complex alternation of analog and digital processes. Her subjects are captured digitally, then re-photographed onto Polaroid film which is digitally scanned and digitally printed for exhibition. Thus Rothen creates a unique retrograde cinematic tonality in her pictures. The characters of Shadows in Paradise are portrayed by Rothen herself and by her...
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