Enlargements intensifies the materiality of printer byproduct from a one-hour photo lab by reproducing it on large-scale durable transparency. This translation allows the material, originally small and delicate, to exist in larger than life form, increasing visibility of both the images and the surface nuances of transparency film itself.

Enlargements was displayed at Columbia College Chicago's Hokin Gallery for the exhibition Pushed Processes: Reworking the Photographic Medium, February 27 - March 24, 2018. Knowing the first iteration of this work would hang in windows looking out onto Chicago's South Wabash Avenue, I selected imagery that would reflect and interact with the urban backdrop.

Enlargements
Enlargements M/C/Y/C/M, 2018
4 panels of archival pigment on transparency
each 84 x 44 inches (7 x 3⅔ feet)
Julie Weber Enlargements 4 panels of archival pigment on transparency
Enlargements M/C/Y/C/M, 2018
4 panels of archival pigment on transparency
each 84 x 44 inches (7 x 3⅔ feet)
Julie Weber Enlargements 4 panels of archival pigment on transparency
Enlargements M/C/Y/C/M, 2018
4 panels of archival pigment on transparency
each 84 x 44 inches (7 x 3⅔ feet)
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