Recreation of the Polaroid

About the invisible photograph. The paper wasn't exposed, yet there was an image in front of the photographer's eye with the unfulfilled fate of being captured forever. In the recreation of the polaroid, the artist's consciousness compensates what light could have done. 

What might have been has been recreated, filling the empty polaroid with illumination. Providing information to the observer through strokes and dots with plain black and white, leaving the free mind no chance to fill the frame itself.  

It leaves the question open whether a drawing can be more precise than a photograph. Using a different focus, it sure will be accurate in showing the received information and in reverse the expression of what the artist's eye sees and strives to reproduce.










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