It Means and Ends

Various size, Sanded C Print on paper

In the series, Its Means and Ends, I used colorful chemical papers and I rubbed them in varying degrees of force. It resulted in an evidence on the image, reflecting the materials and technical process, rather than a depiction of the subject matter. This act emphasized on pure technique alludes to the early photographic experiments of the nineteenth century, which showed different ways to experience light, not necessarily by stimulating retinal senses but derived by a chemical reaction.