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Temple Terkildsen

Temple Terkildsen

I used actual objects on a photocopier inside of plastic bags for a lot of them. Some are image transfer with acrylic medium. Some are on transparency film. The photocopier becomes my black and white camera for close up shots of intimate objects. I do not make copies of the copies, so it is basically a direct photo process. The images are original. There are no negatives. It is immediate gratification without any photo processing or harsh chemicals. Toner cartridges can be refilled, so it really cuts down on the impact on the environment.

Temple lives and works in San Francisco, CA, USA
Contact Temple at agLaia@onebox.com


Third International Bakers Dozen Collage Exchange
Each artist made 13 collages.
The one work from each artist which is shown in this Internet exhibition, was also exhibited in New Plymouth, New Zealand, and was then sent to the Museo de Collage in Mexico.
A package of 12 mixed collages was sent back to each participating artist.

Have a look at: . . . . .
The International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction,
sponsored by the International Post-Dogmatist Group


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