copper and unfixed silver prints
statement . . .
Languishing in the Archives nationales françaises are the earliest colour photographs. Predating autochromes
by several decades (indeed, predating Maxwell’s trichromate process by a decade), these prints were produced with
the crucial drawback of not being fixable and thus were sealed in lead boxes to conserve the images for posterity. I seem
to remember that the process was developed by Niépce de St-Victor, nephew of Nicéphore.
exhibitions . . .
• Group. “Techne,” Hartnett Gallery, University of Rochester
publications . . .
• in a Gallery 44/YYZ books publication as an artist project