Thursday, August 2, 2012
The anti pixel movement is alive and well in Tampa Bay. Have you ever heard of the Impossible Project? Eve-N-odd gallery is excited to bring you two adventurers who chose not to be called photographers but they do steal time and capture moments. Michael and Cherry Collins believe in experiences and instant gratification. The gallery will be displaying 60 of their photographs . Cherry uses a SX70 Polaroid and Nigo color shade film. Micael uses a Polaroid 680 and PX680 color shade film. The duo use film made by the Impossible project! The Impossible Project, in 2008, took over the last Polaroid film factory in Enschede, Netherlands. They have been determined to reinvent instant film gratification. Please join eve-N-odd in celebrating the subtle color and subtle meanings in Michael and Cherry's captured moments on August 10th from 5-8pm. Show runs until the 31st.