You know who I never hear enough about on this website??? Ms. Marvel aka KAMALA KHAN! Not only is she a regular Pakistani-American, Muslim, teenaged girl (which is a lot of things we don’t see enough of in comics), but she is adorable and cute and WRITES AVENGERS FAN-FICTION and like ships things!!! She is a treasure and needs to be discussed more you guys!
Note: There’s a challenge floating around the Internet limiting the photographer to one 12 exposure roll of 120 film. Sunday morning I indadvertedly swapped-in an almost dead battery before a spur of the moment walk. On lifting the camera I realized my error and sparingly used whatever juice that was left…as it turned out…all 12 frames : ] I will post the 10 frames salvaged consecutively this week. Sometimes I challenge myself to a week of being allowed only one exposure per day, other times 36 frames a week. Rarely do I bust a bunch of frames unless motion is involved.
My husband and I don’t share the same native language. Back when I fell for him, I wasn’t scared of telling him because english has no roots deeply dug. It didn’t feel like exposure. One day, something surged and it just came out in Spanish. My heart skipped a couple of beats. He somehow knew.
This page from Drawing Papers 67 features One day exposure, created by Bill Gerhard in 2006.
The exhibition Levity:
Selections Spring 2007 explored lightness as both a material and metaphoric
condition in the work of fourteen emerging artists selected from the Viewing
Program. Levity presented drawings made using a variety of methods and
materials—including light itself—to investigate transparency, highlight a
humorous view of mundane objects and situations, or compose whimsical and
Gerhard’s works were created by exposing sheets
of black paper to sunlight. Each sun-faded paper served as a photogenic drawing
that recorded the duration and intensity of the sunlight between each folded segment
or measured increment.
Papers are a series of publications documenting The Drawing
Center’s exhibitions and public programs and providing a forum for the study of
drawing. For more information about Drawing Papers 67, click here.