From: Tony Conrad (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Feb 16 2008 - 11:43:48 PST
I recommend carefully separating the dry strands of film so that they will brown well. Film that is spread out like this and baked dry at around 450 degrees will become nicely crispy, with a beautiful glazed
microstructure; but it can also burn if you don't keep an eye on it. Be prepared to air out your kitchen, since cooking the base material causes the release of noxious fumes!
Department of Media Study, Center for the Arts 231, University at Buffalo 14260
On Sat Feb 16 13:43 , Kevin J Hooper <email suppressed> sent:
>I am a student and I am about to embark on my first experiment into baking film. I was wondering if anyone can share with me some advice and technique that they have experienced. Degrees? Time?
Bake with water or without?
>I hope someone can help.
>Thanks, Sincerely, Kevin Hooper
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