The word cyanotype was derived from the Greek word “cyan”, meaning “dark-blue impression”. Cyanotypes are one of the oldest photographic printing processes in the history of photography. The distinctive feature of the print is its shade of cyan blue, which results from its exposure to ultraviolet light.
The workshop was meant to create a tangible trace of the nature around the Summer School 2022 spot — Oslo, Rønningen folkehøgskole — using a creative technique.
Key questions of the workshop: What is the (cultural) landscape at Rønningen folkehøgskole? Being people from other cultures, what do we feel about what we see? What is the place of nature in heritage? How might this technique be used for contemporary creative approaches towards heritage?
Participants: Anna Titova-Tubash, Serj Tubash, Antanina Kamelchyk, Noah Mihatsch, Elina Saloranta, Helena Oikarinen.
The idea: Katsiaryna Miats (if you have any questions about the technique of the workshop — firstname.lastname@example.org).
Coordinator of the circle: Alina Kalachova.