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September 17, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey Grow Photographs on Grass, Not Paper #celebratephotography

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One of the things we love most about photography is the option to play with light at different points of the process to achieve so many different results. Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey take light play a step further in this awesome series. From ufunk:

The principle consists in covering a medium with grass seed, then placing it in the dark and exposing it with a photograph through a powerful video projector. Over time, light shades will grow more or less the grass, with a more or less pronounced green tint. An awesome concept that gives rise to amazing ephemeral and living artworks!

Read more, checkout AckroydandHarvey.com and watch the video below from Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity on YouTube


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