In Between Red Green and Blue

Simone Mudde's latest project In between Red Green and Blue has taken failure as its narrative and basis to build from. By revisiting an early 19thcentury technique of colour separation in order to create coloured images from black and white negatives, she found new possibilities to identify the passing of time, the latency of movement and furthermore to break down the colours that are perceived within the images. The technique, that used to be executed with a meticulous attention to detail, can often result in alignment issues in the form of glitches, offering a counterweight to the constantly rising quality of digital photography.