Photographer and filmmaker Marcus Tomlinson’s latest exhibition is currently running at the Galerie Patricia Dorfmann in Paris. Form features a series of duratran images and also a film that Tomlinson worked on with London-based studio, Glassworks, which is made up of some 3,500 still pictures.
The photographs that make up the Form exhibition stand at 1600mm × 1000mm and are, essentially, back-lit transparent images, mounted on very thin electric paper. A dark sheet of glass then frames the image creating, in effect, a very thin lightbox. The visual effects were all created in-camera and are down to a range of “lights and filtration”, says Tomlinson.
Form (produced with support from Swarovski and @radical media) will run in Paris until April 12