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Very enjoyable slide-making workshop (without camera) at the star and shadow. Slides deconstructed, attacked, reassembled from whatever is around and projected on the cinema screens. Followed by some hardcore Miles Davis and some projector freestyling......niiiiiiiice.

 

Usha

 

Born 1952 in Sofia. Working experience as a professional photographer since 1974.

Teaching Experimental photography at the National Secondary School for Culture-Sofia-1993, New Bulgarian University and National Academy of Theater and Cinema Arts-1993,97,98, National Art School-2004,05

Deals with experimental photography projects and performances in Bulgaria, Central/Western Europe and Japan.

   

1. The Photography as a Game

 

The aim of work-shop is to increase the creative potency of

photography as a visual means of expression. Making slides from available articles as well as used ones is a task that is "unlock" the creative mind and imagination for new challenges and gives an opportunity for various interpretations such as photographic negative, projection and video.

 

2 Work-shop process

 

The students are making hand made slides which they can see on the wall right after their results. When the picture comes from two projectors the slides are transfusing each to other and it creates a motion. Thus the video records of the moving pictures could be used as an additional space installation. On the other hand each one produced piece can be materialized as a print or negative.

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Taken on May 11, 2007