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pho·to·gram

 (fō′tə-grăm′)
n.
1. An image produced without a camera by placing an object on photosensitive paper and exposing it to light.
2. A photograph.
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photogram

(ˈfəʊtəˌɡræm)
n
1. (Photography) a picture, usually abstract, produced on a photographic material without the use of a camera, as by placing an object on the material and exposing to light
2. (Photography) obsolete a photograph, often of the more artistic kind rather than a mechanical record
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The photograms were made by shining light onto objects placed on top of light sensitive paper.
This happens via form: sculptural molds hung as reliefs (in her untitled works from 2017 recently exhibited at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in San Francisco), photograms (in her "Impressions" series, 2015-), and video footage presented in the negative (in Operator, 2017).
The first solo exhibition she mounted was a series of Liz Nielsen's angular, colorful photograms. "Chandra introduced me to her community and just brought me in," says Nielsen, who went so far as to take a break from her honeymoon to sing Johnson's praises.
Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate's dedicated entity for culture, arts and heritage, has successfully concluded its 'SIKKA Around the City' creative workshops, which ran from 24 th to 28 th July and encouraged children to express themselves through artistic activities including '3D Doodling', 'Sculpture & Shadow' and 'Photograms.' For her enthusiastic participation and inspiring journey with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, seven-year-old Mahra Al Shehi was honoured by the Authority with a certificate and gift from the events team.
The latest workshops encourage children to express themselves through creative activities including '3D Doodling', 'Sculpture & Shadow' and 'Photograms.'
The latest workshops encourage children to express themselves through creative activities, including '3D Doodling', 'Sculpture & Shadow' and 'Photograms'.
At some distance between them hangs one of Fuss's unique and meditative photograms of smoke.
"Rayographs" (photograms) seized the imagination of Tzara, who worked with Man Ray to produce a portfolio of 12 images published in December 1922 under the title "Les Champs Delicieux" (The Delicious Fields).
Photograms created by Farrah Karapetian at the Von Lintel Gallery (Los Angeles, California) are surprisingly colorful considering the process is made by shadows on sensitized paper without the use of a camera.
The PS1,500 was awarded to Sera Wyn Walker, 24, who now lives in Cardiff, to enable her to develop "alternative" photographic process such as photograms and lumen printing.
McCall transfers some of the photograms onto glass plates, fusing the layers with a glaze of crushed glass that results in a finished plate similar to milk glass.