Wanderlost (in Absentia)

I exposed a roll of film over the course of a walk. After development, I soaked my film in a solution of iron oxide , a.k.a. rust. Groups of exposures were left to deteriorate in this mixture over increments of time - shots from the beginning of the walk were left in the iron oxide for only a day, while the rest of the roll was progressively removed from the mixture. The roll's last frames were removed after weeks. This work was created around the notion of "getting lost" and the disorientation of watching the familiar progressively disappear.

© Heather Fulton, 2020
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