Chorophyll Test.

This image of a Katy Silo was edited, printed, folded, photographed, transferred to acetate then printed onto leaves using the sun. It is printed on one of very few plants that survived the Texas freeze this year. It is called the Cast Iron plant because it can survive this type of extreme weather. This year we recorded -18 C. Many people are still trying to repair homes due to the damage caused by burst pipes.

I did enjoy the process of making this, it was a real benefit to have that Texas sun. However, I’m not sure that this will be taken forward as a process for this series. I think that this process would be better suited to a more organic subject matter, it does not suit architecture in my opinion. That said, it could be something to explore more fully for another project.

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