Your challenge was to create 8 images using the new instant lab, what was the most challenging part?
The most challenging part was to find different ways of manipulation, to generate a variety of more or less controlled fragments for the "Tainted Love" series.
What did you use in combination with he instant lab? How was the experience? (Android, Iphone, Tablet, Etc)
I used my Iphone in combination with the Instant Lab, but a Tablet works great as well.
What did you enjoy most about it?
This extremely wide spectrum of possibilities and ways to transfer digital imagery to analogue material. If you even use the Instant Lab for your smartphone snapshots, it will generate something unique by the influence of the Impossible film.
Any plans on utilizing the instant lab in the future for any projects?
Nothing concrete yet. At the moment I'm working a lot with 8x10 instant photography, using Impossible's film for my own and various other projects.
Who's work are you most excited to see at the exhibition and why?
I really appreciated the work of Andrew Millar. He's an amazing guy and and he works a lot with the Instant Lab ever since it appeared and that makes him, to me, something like a veteran. He generates amazing collages and beautiful scapes. The work of Paulina Surys is very interesting and beautiful too. She was an important part of the 8x8 exhibition for me. It was great also to see what Alison Mosshart has done, as well as Scout Willis or Chuck Grant.
Visit Oliver's blog to see images from the event!