Miraggio 12


  • Creator Mulas Michele Luigi
  • Collection Miraggi Series
  • Creation year 2019
  • Dimensions 69 x 98 cm
  • Technique Blueprint on cotton paper

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    The Miraggi Series is a single negative which, impressed in the cyanotype, makes the same digital frame a unique piece for each print.
    The pre-photographic technique chosen, thanks to the variables given by the emulsion, the type of paper, the display and the development, enhance the "Errors" such as stains, blurring or abrasions making each print unrepeatable. View from Salina.

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    About the artist, Mulas Michele Luigi

    Mula's training as an anthropologist led him to devote himself to professional photography and documentary as an author-added as subjects to collect food, suitcases, gardens. Themes expression of everyday human culture. He is a journalist and for twenty-five years of books and photographic services on the main Italian and foreign magazines.
    For years, it has combined research photography with professional photography. He has exhibited in Milan, Genoa, Tokyo. He is preparing an exhibition of cyanotypes for the Verbania Landscape Museum.
    He returned to live in Genoa where the BoraBora, a Tahiti Ketch born together with him in 1963, is moored.

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