On Saturday 16 October, Artist in Residence Berit Greinke gave the LPT staff and a few others a rare treat; a day of messy printing and sound programming. It was a great chance for us all to learn more about Berit’s work, specifically her most recent project Chrome (Live) a series of colour and print experimentation involving water, a colour sensor and sound programming.
Once created and dried the print workshop became a hodge-podge of water trays for the papers to be dipped and slowly absorb the water. The effect was varied (very much a day of experimentation!) where colours ran, grew up the page and in some cases, seperated into their colour components.
One of the papers was inserted into Berit’s box containing a water tray and camera (which you can see in the Lambeth Open blog post here) converting the soaked and spreading colours into sound.
We wish her all the best in her Phd and we hope to see her working again within the workshop soon.