Instrument Eight, Perry Kulper’s Drawing
Instrument Eight, Nat Chard’s Drawing
Back of Perry’s Instrument
Outside of Leth and Gori Gallery
Bog cameras with Bog Diorama photographs
Teis Draiby scanning photographs with camera
Teis Draiby scanning photographs – detail
Teis Draiby scanning photographs detail
Bog cameras, photographs and Instrument Eight photographs, Nat Chard
A few snaps of a current exhibition in Copenhagen during set-up. The gallery is the front room of an architecture practice – Leth and Gori in Vesterbro – Absalonsgade 21B, 1658 Copenhagen V. It is on until April the 10th. It is the first of a series of exhibitions set up by Entreentre who will also publish a series of booklets on the work. Entreentre’s website will go online on April the 10th.
These were taken just as we installed the instruments – I will post some others of the thing completed when I get them.
Rear view of one of the new instruments
Here is the reverse view of Instrument Eight. The instruments are built out of aluminium this time, which makes them much more robust. You might notice quite a few differences on the front side from the previous instruments.
I don’t think I have posted this photograph before – it is the final high speed flash photograph from Instrument Five, a wider view than most of the flying paint pictures. The instrument with the paint catapult that makes the throw is off to the left. The flying paint in this image is quite feint, but can be seen as a diagonal line entering the drawing pieces from the top left.