From: James Cole (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 29 2009 - 07:33:52 PDT
David Gatten submerged unexposed film in the ocean for his What The
Water Said series, and those are wonderful films, so listen to Tony
and do what you want.
On 10/29/09, Tony Conrad <email suppressed> wrote:
> Oh, do anything you want.
> If you get the film wet or dirty, and want it to be processed later by a
> rinse it off and carefully dry it (in the dark perhaps), without letting it
> together (unless you want that to happen).
> On Thu 10/29/09 3:44 AM , Nicky Hamlyn email suppressed sent:
>> Better to process it first, especially if it's colour, otherwise there
>> won't be any colour, unless you're going to process it afterwards,
>> which you'd have to do yourself, as a lab wouldn't want to touch a
>> film in that condition,
>> Nicky Hamlyn.
>> On 26 Oct 2009, at 15:06, Lisa Oppenheim wrote:
>> > Dear Frameworkers-
>> > Do you think film needs to be processed before
>> burial/pickling/ > submerging in fluid?
>> > Or can raw stock be treated this way as
>> well?> Thanks!
>> > Lisa
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