Rachel Thomson approaches wasteful culture through cyanotype photograms

Rachel Thomson approaches wasteful culture through cyanotype photograms

'Dar Jellies # 1' unique cyanotype photogram 85cm x 59cm found plastic, Dar es Salaam , Africa, 2013

Using the crudest and earliest form of cameraless photography, she documents ambiguous forms made out of plastic removed from the environment.

Rachel Thomson trained in photography and print media at Central St Martins and is an artist based at THIStudio London. She makes images using cyanotype, etching and monotype, exploiting the unpredictability of these analogue mediums she allows the unexpected and imperfections to inform the outcome.

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