Dark Room Doom

In 2012, the Department of Visual Arts at BYU-Hawaii remodeled the Dark Room previously used for photographic film development. The floors were dark and walls were painted black to the middle except for two small rooms which were completely light less and speckled with stains created by corrosive chemicals. The room is now white and in use as a MAC graphics lab where students manipulate digital images. After documenting the transformation of the room with a digital SLR, I paired the before and after images together while responding to the architectural design elements with overlaid type.

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