The small but busy team at the*kickplate*project present their second exhibition of nine planned for 2018 with 'wasted films' - a solo exhibition by experimental analogue photographer, Kay Adams.
Kay manipulates film, Polaroid, light-sensitive paper and prints using various tools and techniques, such as emulsion lifts or multiple exposures and applying darkroom chemicals, bleach and other household products to achieve unique and often unpredictable visual effects. The exhibition features Kay’s individual work, as well as the results of his collaboration with artists Nils Karlson and Graeme Webb.
The exhibition opens 2pm Tuesday 27th February and runs until 21st March
76m2 Gallery opening times: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 – 18:00
Kay currently lives in Bamberg, Germany, where he works as a psychologist.
You can find more of his work on his website and social feeds:
'wasted films' is the second in a series of 9 exhibitions that will be organised in 2018 in 76m2, Pontypool by the*kickplate*project, with the support from the Arts Council of Wales, Torfaen Council's Arts Development and Pontypool Community Council.
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