Re/Lens Collaborative Projects
Alejandro Jaramillo, Tobias Moellenbach
Friday-Saturday, March 27-28, 2015
Conducted by Amir Husak and Melissa Friedling at Union Docs
DESCRIPTION: Workshop participants worked in a group of three (3) to creatively exploit artifacts and idiosyncrasies of both digital and analog systems. Retrofitting a variety of vintage lenses and other peculiar optics, they produced hybrid analog/digital images that challenge the prevailing, medium-induced aesthetics. The main objective of these exercises was to explore the space between digital and analog, vintage and contemporary, simulated and real, and aim for new aesthetic possibilities.
by Alejandro Jaramillo, Tobias Moellenbach
Tools: Panasonic Lumix Micro 4/3 camera, C-mount to micro 4/3 adapter, micro LCD projector, laptop, security camera Fotasy 35mm lens and a Kern Switar 25mm, rephotographed with a vareity of C-mount lenses.