Pigment print on Rag satin paper mounted on dibond, flush-mounted frame in black aluminum.

31 x 34,5 x 1 cm -  42 x 30,8 x 1 cm -  35 x 50,2 x 1 cm

These prints were made from glass plate negatives that were once used to make printed circuit boards. They caught my attention because they belong to the realms of both photography and electronics. While the circuit designs acts as a substitute for a negative image, some of them are curiously reminiscent of the outline of a camera, while others are invaded by shimmering, iridescent zones, an alteration of the photosensitive layer known as silver mirror. Thus, halos of color invade the circuit, reminding us that microelectronics and silver processes have been closely linked since their earliest origins.