SEE THROUGH ME X-RAYs COLLECTED BY THE ARTISTS, FREINDS AND FAMILY TO COLLAGE THE HUMAN BODY  FROM HEAD TO TOE IN TRANSPARENCY

With X rays kindly donated by of Aikaterini Christidou, Carmela Uranga, Erik Rehl, Ginette Moutounet, Hedi Sassi, Heidi Ellison, Helen Stokes, Inka Ernst, J. Kevin O’Regan, June McGrane, Kailani Dema, Lotti Connolly, Lucy Dixon, Marie Pierre Carnoy, Philippe Fernandez, Reine Melvin, Salammbo Connolly, Sebastien Gastine, Sophie Gorman Sassi, Susan Dunne, Thea McMillan

A conventional X ray image is a black and white photographic film exposed to invisible light emitted by a cathode tube emitting high energy, high frequency light that penetrates tissues opaque to visible light. Though they are negatives, they appear natural to us: white bone, dark tissue. Departing from this monochrome tradition, these images are printed as duotones, using contrasting, complementary colours to create highly coloured prints that are neither negative nor positive.