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In the photography book 'The Unseen – An Atlas of Infrared Plates' (Schilt Publishing 2016), British documentary photographer Edward Thompson set out to explore the boundaries of our perception. Inspired by the various uses of infrared film throughout history, he has gathered an extensive archive of work using some of the last deadstock rolls of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film ever made. Colour infrared film had over 1,800 documented uses; in this book a dozen of them have been expanded upon, pushing the purposes and properties of the film to its scientific and conceptual limits. From aerial photographs of London to still life photography of vital organs, landscape photography and nude portraiture, the book covers a vast range of photographic tropes. The projects have come together within the book to create a wider narrative that questions the nature of our reality, our past and what could be our future. The Unseen is a swan song to the medium of colour infrared film photography, of which this book has also become an artefact, a part of its history.
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Size:20 W x 16 H x 0.1 D in
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Ed Thompson is a British photographer, artist and lecturer. His own photographic work has focused on various subjects over the years from covering environmental issues, socio-political movements, subcultures and the consequences of war. His documentary photo-essays have been published in international magazines including National Geographic Magazine, Newsweek Japan, Greenpeace Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine Spectrum Supplement (U.K). His work has been exhibited at Christies, Somerset House and Four Corners Gallery (London) and shown as part of photography festivals in Arles (France), Tampere (Finland), Zingst (Germany) & London (U.K). He developed a distinctive style from an early apprenticeship with the Russian photographer Sergey Chilikov, whom he met at the Arles Photography Festival in 2002. That summer he stayed with Sergey in Paris and learnt the value of shooting everyday life, Sergeys friend, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, told him how the everyday can allow you to touch at something great.
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