Monthly Archives: April 2013

Choice of paper for salt

  Before we say goodbye to the residency I thought I shall share my experiences with regard to the paper used for the salt print. Among the handful of papers that we tried out Canson Acrylic (cold press, 300gsm) seemed … Continue reading

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Variations of toning.

Yesterday the entire day was occupied by toning all my cynotype prints. Toning has always been essential with Cyanotypes as the overpowering blue may not work with all the images. I also read references of old family albums actually being … Continue reading

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Interlude Obscura

Interlude Obscura is an exhibition of the work of four Resident Artists and a Writer-in-Residence mentored by noted artist, art historian and critic Apurva Kulkarni at the AltLab Residency 3.0. The two-month long Residency is hosted by the Goa Center … Continue reading

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Interlude Obscura

Interlude Obscura is an exhibition of the work of four Resident Artists and a Writer-in-Residence mentored by noted artist, art historian and critic Apurva Kulkarni at the AltLab Residency 3.0. The two-month long Residency is hosted by the Goa Center … Continue reading

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Counting back.

It’s 3 in the afternoon and this part of Goa is seeping into a pleasant inertia. The cloudy sky may have deceived the dogs too as they wake up unaware stretching their bodies and rubbing them against the trees. The … Continue reading

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Ten days and counting…

The final fortnight is upon us and the flurry of the past weeks is beating up such a sandstorm in our little dustbowl here in Calangute that it’s hard to see any further than the 26th  of April. I have … Continue reading

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PANJIM: CHARACTERS, CORNERS

The Hollywood Studio I really long to write about lovely Panjim with its warm streets ambling along and its remains of photography here and there. I do not feel abled to write but I shall write, nonetheless. I like Panjim … Continue reading

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