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March 28th 2014
High voltage beauty

philipstearns2

|Working with electricity, and especially with high voltages is very dangerous, I wouldn’t dare! This artist does not mind, although he got shocks. Applying high voltage and various chemical agents, he explores instant photographic film technology as a recording media, creating images from electrical and chemical transformations. Materials Fuji FP100-45C Instant Color Film, bleach, vinegar, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, salt, rubbing alcohol and 15,000 volt neon tube ballast Art Philip Stearns

 

Working with electricity, and especially with high voltages is very dangerous, I wouldn’t dare! This artist does not mind, although he got shocks. Applying high voltage and various chemical agents, he explores instant photographic film technology as a recording media, creating images from electrical and chemical transformations. Materials Fuji FP100-45C Instant Color Film, bleach, vinegar, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, salt, rubbing alcohol and 15,000 volt neon tube ballast Art Philip Stearns

 

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