Elisabeth Scheder-Bieschin

9 – 31 OCTOBER 2015

43 Inverness Street


n 2013, missing both her dark room and her mother who had died that year, Scheder-Bieschin turned to making cyanoprints, one of the earliest forms of photography. In her first experiments with the process, she used the sun to create photograms of her mother’s possessions and from that she developed a series of prints. The prints on display are a hybrid of both early and modern photographic techniques.

Feder, cyanoprint, handprinted on Archers Palatine paper, 76.5 x 56.5 cm, edition of 25


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