Nostalgic Collages by Lomographer Carina Santos


A Filipino lomographer used her film photos along with other materials to put together a series of nostalgic mixed media collages. Learn more about her collages that are currently showcased in an exhibit after the jump.

Photos by Carina Santos and Luis Santos via Lost at E Minor and Nothing Spaces

A collection of mixed media collages by Filipino lomographer Carina Santos features some of her film photographs taken using her film cameras, including a Lomo LC-A+. Loosely based on the Adrienne Rich poem “For an Album,” the collages are brimming not only with analogue goodness, but also nostalgic recollections and interesting recreations of things, meanings, and feelings. Carina recently showcased the collages in her second solo show entitled How Still, How Fast

You can take a glimpse of some of the collages in the this time-lapse video of the pre-exhibit preparations:

How Still, How Fast is currently on exhibit at the Blanc Gallery of The Peninsula Manila and will run until July 14, 2012.

Photo via Nothing Spaces

Visit Nothing Spaces (Carina's blog), LomoHome, and How Still, How Fast Event Page on Facebook.

All information for this article were taken from Lost at E Minor and Carina Santos' Blog.

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