Dedigitalization

2008-05-02

Anna Parrilla will be displaying a healthy mix of medium format and 35mm shots as well as different techniques and films.

Anna Parrilla, enthusiastic Lomographer from Brussels, has, since her discovery of Lomography, looked into the process of “dedigitalization.” In her first exhibition, Anna will be displaying a healthy mix of medium format and 35mm shots (with a diverse selection of Lomographic cameras), as well as different techniques and films to be on display in the Imagin’Air Art Café in Brussels through April.

Anna attempted to portray the last two years of her Lomo frenzy, during which she has been carrying at least one Soviet and/or Lomographic camera in her handbag (most commonly her beloved LC-A and Holga). To bring Lomography closer to visitors too, Anna will be stocked up with a bunch of Lomolitos.

Though this is a solo exhibition, some shots include doubles with other Lomographers such as ilovekotatsu, lonur and Vicuña.

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written by tizi on 2008-05-02 #news #brussels #lomographer #belgium #event #member

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