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Double/Double (And film exchange!)

When you’re working with film, you never know what might happen. A lot can go wrong: You set up an elaborate photo shoot only to discover that the camera never advanced the film; The developer doesn’t coat the film in the developing tank; You experience a light leak somewhere along the way; A scratch appears…

Or you can embrace the mysterious nature of film and play around with it!

I ran my last roll through the camera twice but it was misaligned the second time around. The result is 3-ish separate exposures on every frame.

Would YOU like to do a film exchange with me?

Here are the guidelines:

  1. Shoot a roll of film.
  2. Rewind it most of the way (don’t forget to leave some leader!).
  3. Give/mail it to me.
  4. I’ll give/mail one to you. Shoot on that roll of film.
  5. Get the film processed and printed.
  6. Mail me one set of prints and I’ll do the same for you!

If you are interested, please e-mail me at wrightsuzanna [ a t ] gmail [ d o t ] com

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All Wrong

Art-making (like many endeavours) seems to work best when I am completely in the moment – where my mind is still and clear and calmly focused. I have seen too many art students (including myself at times) succumb to frustration, deeming any little line they create as ‘wrong’ or unworthy. This rotoscoped animation (which is intended to loop) is about getting caught in this destructive and self-conscious cycle.

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