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Photography & Fine Art

Christopher Seaton


An exposed Instant Print is both precious and beautiful. The imperfect, costly and often erratic nature of the various formats lend themselves to particularly personal projects.

The question raised by Exposed is: is it possible to remove the emotional attachment and revert the Instant Print to that of simple inanimate object?

The answer is more difficult and captivating than the question initially gives credit for. Rather than answering with simplicity, Exposed challenges viewers through unanswered questions of mystery.

Just what is on the front of these prints? What about the other prints from each cartridge / pack? Is it possible, or indeed right, for a mechanically produced object to retain its beauty when replicated and viewed in this manner?

The photograph is beautiful, the Instant Print more so.


*Mini Project.