Amandine Freyd

Imagine what we could see at the border of light.

How to print images if there is no light? What are we looking at when black is the imprint of space? Its images are from photographical experimentation. It’s a research on the limits of visibility. I wanted to paint with chemistry. To question the perception of reality by diverting the photographic medium. Imagine what we could see at the border of light. Look at the sensitive material in the raw state. I don’t want to do photography, but images with photography. I let chance, magic, and the sun meet on my sheets to invent images.


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