Baltic Analog Lab
16mm eco processing
7 July, 2019
with Karel Doing (UK)
On July 7, 2019 Baltic Analog Lab invites for a day workshop with our returning friend Karel Doing from England who will teach us this time shooting and developing 16mm b/w film with local flowers.
The workshops explores the possibilities for developing film with local flowers. We will collectively shoot a roll of film with a Bolex camera, followed by an introduction about flower based developer. This will include tips about mixing, temperature, timing and the different effects that can be achieved. We will mix our own developer and process the roll that has been exposed earlier. Some prior experience with shooting film is preferable but the workshop is also suitable for anybody who has a profound interest in 16mm film and alternative darkroom process.
Have a look on results of our 2017 year eco processing workshop:
Karel Doing is an artist and filmmaker who works across expanded cinema, multi-screen, performative, cross-media and participatory works. Thoughout many years in working with analog film, Doing has developed a number of bio-chemical processs which he will share with the participants of the workshop.
He has screened widely in a variety of venues ranging from established institutions land festivals like International Oberhausen Film festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Centre Pompedou in Paris, Arsenal Kino in Berlin , Tate gallery and LUX moving image in London, Anthology Film Archive in New York to numerous DIY artist run spaces in Europe, Asia and America. After being based in Arnhem and Rotterdam (the Netherlands) he is currently living and working in London (UK) where he recently finished his thesis on 'Ambient Poetics and Critical Posthumanism in Expanded Cinema', he is currently teaching film theory in University of East London as well as running an artist’s film lab “Film in Process”.
Participation fee: 30 EUR
Number of participants: 10
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Workshop will be held in English
Supported by: State Culture Capital foundation