Night 05 of the MONO NO AWARE residency at Whammy!
Join us in creating full color moving image photograms on 16mm film through traditional methods and DIY contact printing techniques! Participants will generate test strips with multiple color filters and have the option to layer photographic images using sync-blocks to bi-pack original footage with color positive stock.
We’ll arrange, expose, develop and view work all in the same afternoon! Each participant will receive 16mm Color Print film stock, access to chemistry, lab equipment and safety gear.
Multiple workshops in one as you’ll be learning the properties of 3383 color print stock, how to set exposure with colored filters, DIY contact printing and how to cross process the film yourself! You’ll walk away with the projectable film print, a scan of the completed work, 100’ of color print stock and the knowledge to continue the practice at home.
After completing tests and experiments as a collective group each participant will splice their films together in preparation for our screening party on Sunday March 3rd at WHAMMY!
7 - 10 PM @ WHAMMY!
INCLUDES: 3 hours of instruction and hands-on learning with instructors, 16mm 3383 Color Print stock - single perforated, Access to torches, filters, sync-block, rewinds, dark bag, lenses, and materials to obstruct the film, Chemistry and safety equipment, 16mm guillotine splicer and splicing tapes, leader, and markers. Course packet with technical information.
Mono No Aware is a non-profit organization working to promote connectivity through the cinematic experience. Established in 2007, MONO maintains a full service motion picture learning lab in downtown Brooklyn where they; present public film screenings, organize affordable workshops, facilitate equipment rentals, distribute film stock, commission moving image work and program a bi-annual exhibition for contemporary artists and international filmmakers whose work incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live performance or installation.
Co-presented by TAPE - a Los Angeles based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to facilitating support for analog media through free digitizing, education, hands-on training, equipment rentals and volunteer opportunities.