A view of the world in the midst of a global pandemic as seen through the eyes of the Film Collage Artist.
Quaranzine is a socially-distant studio visit and a personal view into my transition as an artist living through Covid-19.
Over 50 Pages!
Over 30 Collages!
Film Collage Artist to Launch Quaranzine
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Film Collage Artist, Erin Delsigne
Quaranzine is a 72 page zine showcasing the Instant Film artwork that the Film Collage Artist, Erin Delsigne, has created during the Covid-19 quarantine in 2020.
2020 has changed the way people all over the world live their daily lives. It has forced people to look at the world from a new perspective.
Film Collage Artist creates instant film collages using Polaroid and Fuji Instax film, capturing her unique view of the world and bringing a fresh approach to the artistic challenges of life in quarantine.
The Quaranzine features psychedelic landscapes, surreal portraitures, hand-painted polaroid collages, a Polaroid fashion editorial, and more!
To Be Found In Quaranzine
I create instant film collages using Polaroid and Fuji Instax film. Whether it’s psychedelic landscapes or surreal portraiture, the subject matter of my collages is Nature.
Each piece connects nature with healing to provide a unique perspective into the realm of living with a mysterious illness. My experiences are both a source of pain and joy – my source of inquiry and inspiration. They are what I tap into when creating my art.
I am interested in creating space and distance that feels like the familiar world around us but is ambiguous and abstracted to represent both: isolation and room for growth in insulation.
My process revolves around decontextualized experiences to ultimately reconstruct a surrealist message. For me, collage photography is a way of creating art that speaks to a universal human condition; lacking empathy to chronic illness by natural human instinct.
The utilization of experimental instant film techniques not only enhances my story themes but also play into the risk of suddenness, reliability and stability seen throughout my work.
I capture my polaroids on a custom converted Mamiya Universal Press with a Rezivot back; allowing me to photograph with i-Type, Sx-70 and 600 Polaroid films.