[alt-photo] Re: gum workshop, now casein

Loris Medici mail at loris.medici.name
Fri Mar 30 21:08:31 GMT 2012

Oh? Thanks for the clarification Diana. Most of the reproductions of
"White Vessel" series look really grainy somehow... IIRC, someone
(most probably Judy Siegel - I just have read Greg's comment...) told
us that she was printing something like 9-11 layers with spray
development - such a miracle to achieve smooth transitions that way!


30 Mart 2012 23:01 tarihinde Diana Bloomfield
<dhbloomfield at bellsouth.net> yazdı:
> Hey Loris,
> Thanks for including the link here. I love Kim Sookang's work, too.  I had a
> chance to see some of these (loose prints, unframed) at Gallery 339 a few
> years ago.  They're not grainy at all (to my eye, at least), even though
> some of them look that way on this site.  They're so clean and perfect, and
> I really admire all that minimalism.  Whenever I've attempted anything like
> that, it just looks like something unfinished.  I have no idea how she does
> it.  They're so beautiful.
> Anyway-- thanks, Loris.  Do post your own prints if you manage anything
> close to this, and then tell us exactly how you did it. :)
> Diana
> On Mar 30, 2012, at 9:42 AM, Loris Medici wrote:
>>  . . I presume the coarse pigments will give me quite
>> grainy results, but that's exactly what I'm after. I'll print big
>> (30x40cm minimum, up to 50x60cm) therefore it doesn't matter much.
>> I want a similar look to Kim Soo-Kang's works:
>> http://www.gallery339.com/html/artistresultsFull.asp?type=All&artist=33&artistname=Sookang%20Kim
>> Regards,
>> Loris.

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