Unique silver-gelatin paper negative from camera obscura projection.
120 in. x 50 in.
Seattle was made by converting a room overlooking a portion of the city’s downtown to a camera obscura.
A large strip of photographic paper was then hung from the ceiling at the approproate focal length from the
room’s aperture and exposed for approximately five minutes. The exposed print was then transported
to the Photographic Center Northwest where it was processed.
Exhibited | Converge at Rochester Institute of Technology’s SPAS Gallery | 2006