Liquid light workshop ideas

Hiromi Tsuchida, Lunch Box. Reiko Watanabe (15 at the time) was doing fire prevention work under the Student Mobilization Order, at a place 500 meters from the hypocenter. Her lunch box was found by school authorities under a fallen mud wall. Its contents of boiled peas and rice, a rare feast at the time, were completely carbonized. Her body was not found

just remembered, i have a Liquid light workshop this saturday, and was thinking of continuing my Hiroshima/Nagasaki series.

I found this image of a melted lunchbox, textured like some of the burns imprinted on the victims bodies. I would like to experiment with painting the liquid light onto metal sheets then placing the DIY negatives to create a highly polished image of keloid skin. The conflicting textures of smooth cold metal, to burning, blistered and seared flesh to that of the transferred image.

ive also put some old expired b/w film into my holga to try and shoot as well as get processed before sat to use on other materials. Im bringing canvas, watercolour paper and any charity shop finds to paint onto. I will either finish the roll tomorrow and put it into West end cameras, or try out the snappy snaps (although more expensive, they are more conveniently located nearer to me, which gives me more time to shoot).

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