Elizabeth Briel, Travel Artist

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Elizabeth Briel left the US in 2003 to explore the Asia-Pacific, hasn't returned yet, and is currently based in Hong Kong. At the heart of her work are experiments with multiple layers of meaning in the interaction of material culture, text, language, and cultural collisions.

More info via the Artists Statement page. 

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Qingdao Old and New, Cyanotype mural commissioned by YCIS Qingdao, 2014

Cyanotype photos are one of the earliest forms of photography, made with sunlight, water, and iron salts. Sometimes they don't even need a camera. Also called Blueprints, Cyanotypes were how architects once reproduced their drawings. 

Intro to Cyanotype photograms

Design lecture on photograms, using principles of transparency and light 


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