Amanda Marchand

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Lumen Notebook

These photographs are made with traditional black & white darkroom papers. The process, called "lumen printing," reveals latent colors when exposing different brands of photography paper to sunlight and changing weather. This work is rooted in the question, "What is a photograph?" It also makes a practice of marking time.

The work is divided into three chapters:

Lumen Notebook - investigations in form using boxes and books, primarily.

The World is Astonishing with You in It - Further investigations in form using three Field Guide books.

The Lumen Project - Large, collaborative, human meditation circles on photo paper.

The pieces "Nothing" and "Everything" were a site specific installation in Margate, England, for "At the Violet Hour," a show curated in response to T.S. Eliot's poem, "The Wasteland," 2018.

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