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

Paul Viapiano viapiano at pacbell.net
Fri Mar 30 21:14:57 GMT 2012

Actually I remember an old post explaining exactly how she worked...I think it was an email from Sookang herself to Judy, maybe??? But it's in the archives somewhere...

On Mar 30, 2012, at 1:01 PM, Diana Bloomfield <dhbloomfield at bellsouth.net> wrote:

> 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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