See Polaroid photographs in a new form when taken apart and transferred to new textures and surfaces. The unique chemistry of Polaroid film means manipulation of the emulsified image can bring another shape and form to the composition after the photograph has been captured. Removed from its casing and separated from its negative the image is fragile; each one could be left with delicate creases, or even torn apart, whilst the remaining negative offers further chemical-based experimentation.


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About Jemma

Jemma works and lives in Essex, UK and was inspired by Photographer and Polaroid Artist Rhiannon Adam to start exploring the medium of Polaroid.