Performance by Tim GRUCHY, Virginia BARRATT, Mark LOUTTIT, Eugene CARCHESIO.
Fine Fragments, 1986, CLOUT.
Collaboration, Public Art, Performance Art.
Tim Gruchy: ” Mark Louttit on my Canon SLR. Though I did and still do use a lot of timers and IR remotes myself. Slides were so much a part of every layer of my process then it was not uncommon to just have a number of cameras on tripods and ask whoever was around to press the shutter. Sheridan would have been another contender. Nearly everything I did in colour was shot on transparency film rather than reversal. I had a love of Kodachrome back in the day but for this type of documentation it would almost certainly have been Ektachrome 400 ASA probably pushed. I still have the originals of all the slides and negs I ever shot back in my Sydney studio. As you know I have begun working on the video and print digitising first and will begin the slides and audio tapes at some point later this year. Note: by my records the version above has been horizontally flipped.”
Charlotte Street Precinct.
35 mm Colour Photography.
Kindly reproduced with full permission of CLOUT.
Paul ANDREW archives collection
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