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5615 Stone Island PE'012_Stampa Luce

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Published on Apr 19, 2012

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The exclusive LUCE process:
Investigating the past to invent the future.
Turning light into raw materials.
Restoring importance to it through the creative act.
Stone Island goes on a journey in time in search of the moment when light became the absolute master.
With the advent of the Daguerreotype, the first photographic process for the development of images, light became the tool of creation.
Stone Island has drawn on this technique giving it a modern take, integrating them with a broader spectrum of colours than the original black and white.
The garments are impregnated with special products that react to light in a dark room and are then individually exposed to light, placing specially designed calotype filters in between, so that the rays of light that pass through them create "photographic" patterns and designs.
The results are unique pieces that are impossible to reproduce.

L'esclusivo processo di stampa LUCE:
Indagare il passato per inventare il futuro.
Rendere la luce materia prima.
Ridarle importanza nell'atto creativo.
Stone Island ripercorre un viaggio temporale alla ricerca del momento in cui la luce diventa padrona assoluta.
Con l'avvento della dagherrotipia, il primo procedimento fotografico per lo sviluppo di immagini, la luce diventa strumento di creazione.
Stone Island riprende questa tecnica e la rivisita in chiave moderna, integrandola con uno spettro di colori più ampio del bianco e nero originale.
I capi vengono impregnati in una camera oscura con speciali prodotti reagenti alla luce ed esposti singolarmente ad essa interponendo filtri sciadografici appositamente studiati cosicché i raggi luminosi passanti possano creare dei motivi o disegni 'fotografici'.
Ne risultano pezzi unici, non riproducibili.

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