Posts Tagged ‘impossible project’

Beneath The Surface by Miun

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Miun (aka Noreen aka Norya) … a very talented friend of mine has been spending a lot of time exploring some very cool methods of experimenting with the Impossible Project films and deriving at really neat works. Come July and September 2013 … she will be exhibiting her works in Hong Kong (Read more...)

Roll The Dice

Thursday, January 24th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

It has been over a week since I took this shot with my SX-70 and it is only now that I remember to scan it. Maybe I’ll try take a couple more shots this weekend … scan them and try do emulsion lift before the images fade away (like my memory). The film used was a pack of Impossible Proje (Read more...)

Impossible Is Possible!

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Last Friday evening on the way to fetch Fitzand from the kindergarten … my phone buzzed and in came an email. I took a quick look and went ‘Whoa!!! OMG!!! Really??!!!’. It was an email from those guys from Impossible Project telling me that my submission for their ’101 Ways&# (Read more...)

Unmasking Negativity : Pics

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

A week sure zapped by fast and the 1 week exhibition of my ‘Unmasking Negativity’ at ThirtySix comes to an end. For those who didn’t make it there for the exhibition, here are the photos …

This one above was the first photo that made it into this set.

If you haven’t (Read more...)

Unmasking Negativity : How?

Monday, October 17th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Unmasking Negativity : The Truth Beneath’ is part of the ‘Impossible Lessons’ exhibition where a handful of people get to showcase and share special ‘tricks’ and experiments done using the Impossible Project films and Spectra cameras.

I was pretty lost in the beg (Read more...)

Unmasking Negativity!

Monday, October 17th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Today is the first day of my ‘Unmasking Negativity : The Truth Beneath’ exhibition where my set of photos ‘cooked’ in an experimental way is exhibited at ThirtySix (at Sunshine Plaza). They were taken using the Impossible Project’s PZ680 film on a Spectra camera.

“Hidde (Read more...)

The Aftermath

Friday, October 14th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

It has been on display at ThirtySix as part of the Impossible Lessons exhibition for almost a week already. This is the one camera I blogged about spending lots of time & effort on. After doing some pretty looking ‘dressed up’ cameras in the past, this one is a big change … as (Read more...)

40 A Pop

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Woke up this morning to receive a message from a friend saying that ‘you are quoted in the papers!’. So I picked up the Sunday Times to check out what’s going on … just to find that there is an article about the Impossible Project films. I did a short interview with them some (Read more...)

The Aftermath : Teaser

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

As part of the Impossible Lessons : A Spectra Special exhibition/project by ThirtySix, not only an experimental work of mine will be exhibited (17th – 23rd October 2011) but from next Monday (10th October) … a specially designed camera that I have spent lots of efforts on will be exhibit (Read more...)

Impossible Artist #1

Friday, October 7th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

This is the guy who ‘saved my life’ by replacing me as the first to go for the Impossible Lessons series of exhibition. I can’t wait to see his set of very interesting macro works done in an instant way!

Lawrence Chiam

Specimens – A Botanist’s Strange Encounters
10/10 – 15/10

“The (Read more...)