Tim Flower is a cinematographer based in Auckland who works both in New Zealand and internationally on a wide range of projects, from documentaries to drama to music videos.
In a Different Light is Tim’s first solo exhibition of his photographic work. In this series, Tim has travelled throughout New Zealand documenting the landscape using rare Kodak Aerochrome 35mm Infrared film – turning the green New Zealand landscapes we are all used to, into surreal explosions of pink and blue.
Infrared film registers a spectrum of light invisible to the human eye known as near-infrared. It was developed at the beginning of the 20th century for uses such as camouflage detection, vegetation surveys and topographical analysis. Kodak Aerochrome registers infrared light reflected off healthy chlorophyll as pink or red.
Kodak Aerochrome 35mm film was the last line of colour infrared film produced and was discontinued in 2007.
Opening Saturday 18 July 2 – 3.30pm - Exhibition runs from 18 July until 5 August
The Small Dog Gallery @ Depot Artspace, 28 Clarence St, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand 0624
This event is FREE and RSVP is not needed, but if you feel you might forget you can RSVP on Facebook
For More info:
Head along to our blog to read our interview of Tim about this exhibition, or head over to the Depot Artspace's official Facebook page. If you cannot make it on the night, The Print Room will be there covering the goodness on Instagram so follow us here.
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