An exhibition of handcrafted New Zealand landscape prints in platinum-palladium, carbon, gum-bichromate and cyanotype.
Clook uses these labour and time intensive historical processes for their subtle tonal range and luminosity to make his prints with atmosphere and mystery that will stand the test of time. “I love the mix of science and hands-on crafting a print over several days and sometimes weeks.”
Working with medium and large format film cameras, Clook’s prints are a unique expression of the beauty and the sublime that can be found in the NZ landscape where the viewer can find time for quiet and contemplation in today’s hectic modern world.
Panel Discussion: 1pm-2pm Mon 7 June
Out with the New: Historical Photographic Processes
Artist Talk: 5pm Sat 12 June
The exhibition is being accompanied with platinum printing workshops on the weekends during the exhibition.