Oxygenation trail triptych Canning River Perth


Oxygenation trail triptych Canning River Perth. Made from three sequential 35mm exposures on 8×10 inch hand printed silver gelatin fibre based prints.

Oxygenation trail triptych

Ready to hang

Framed Aluminium – graphite 40cm x 100cm

3x 20x25cm Hand Printed Silver Gelatin Print, window mounted behind clear acrylic sheet

Signed, numbered, 1 of Edition of 10

Includes Postage and Insurance within Australia

Oxygenation trail triptych 3x 20x25cm Print Framed Aluminium 40cm x 100cm 1 of ed10
Oxygenation trail triptych 3x 20x25cm Print Framed Aluminium 40cm x 100cm 1 of ed10
Oxygenation trail triptych 3x 20x25cm Print Framed Aluminium 40cm x 100cm - postage within Australia included
$1,500.00

Matted and window mounted using 100% cotton rag museum board. Framed in 100x40cm aluminium – colour graphite.

During one of my river walks was carrying my Zeis 35mm rangefinder camera with me. Halfway across the Greenfield Street Bridge, I stopped to look at the river. From this elevated position, I could see on the surface of the water a white, bubbly, swirling layer. You could see the source of the bubbles eminating from the oxygenation pipes placed in the river.

The conditions were calm and the river flow rate is slow. The oxygenation process creates bubbles which form a thin white foam on the surface of the water, creating fascinating patterns.

Each image is from three sequential 35mm frames, made down stream from the oxygenation tank at Greenfield Street. First published in “Lost in Suburbia” in 2013. This is the only image in my Canning River exhibition “Dissociation” which was made from 35mm format.

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