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Luminol and more art by Marko Zink

Luminol, 2018
120 x 80 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
analog photography

Marko Zink,
Luminol, 2018
analog photograph
Fine-Art pigment print on handmade paper, mounted
80 x 120 cm, framed
Edition: 3 + 2 AP
Location: bunker/camp prison
Technique: The negative was boiled and sprinkled with ink eraser.
Concept: The artwork takes its name from luminol, a substance used in criminology to detect and make visible traces of blood that have been wiped away at crime scenes. By burning the negative with an ink eraser solution, something that has no longer been visible is made visible. The image shows the bunker, the prison within the prison.



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despite all invisibility_4, 2020
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despite all invisibility_3, 2020
30 x 45 cm (h x w)
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despite all invisibility_2, 2020
30 x 45 cm (h x w)
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despite all invisibility_1, 2020
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