T18. New approaches in Anthotype and Cyanotypewith Dal Magro and Poer

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Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya

187 Carrer del Comte d'Urgell

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T18. Harnessing Light: New approaches in Anthotype and Cyanotype image making with Virginia Dal Magro and Sara Poer

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This workshop will explore new techniques in both Anthotype and Cyanotype photographic process. There will be two parts to the workshop.

Virginia will lead us in a sample of how she paints with the Cyanotype method by moving items during the exposure. Following the demonstration there will be a hands on portion where each person will test out this new method themselves.

Then Sara will demonstrate how to achieve certain colors for Anthotype production on both fabric and paper. Color comparison between cotton, silk, and wool will be explored. Dye processes will be demonstrated and participants will receive a copy of Sara’s dye techniques for Anthotype. Some small dye materials will be available to take home as well.

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Virginia dal Magro

Virginia obtained her Bachelors and Masters degree in Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera where she is currently working as teaching assistant.

She has exhibited her artwork in several group shows: ‘Grammelot’, MACRO Testaccio museum in Rome, ‘Zureta’, the Academy of Fine Arts Geidai of Tokyo (Japan), ’Salad Days’, Europe House, 12Star Gallery, London (UK) "10x10 per", Davide Gallo art gallery in Milan, took part at the art residency and exhibition GRAFT at Kubik Gallery, Litomysl (Czech Republic) and participated at the 4th Global Print of Douro (Portugal).

Sara Poer

Sara Poer is a textile artist and photographer based in West Lafayette, Indiana.

She received a MFA in photography from Purdue University in 2018. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the Suwon Festival in Korea, as well as across the United States.

Her work focuses on the intersection of craft and fine art, as well as high and low art. By mixing photography and traditional “women’s work” she creates new narratives about the future and women’s place in the fine art world.

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Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya

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