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KODAK # 1 is the first in a series of works on the disappearance of analogue media in the production of images. 

In 2015, Sébastien Reuzé went to the last remaining Kodak factory in Châlon-sur-Saone (France), in order to collect, as an archaeologist, the clues of an industrial time that has now disappeared. Kodak produced there all photosensitive media for medical, military, cinematographic and domestic use.

KODAK # 1, is a set of 10 sheets found in the factory. The paper, developed as it is, reveals a brown colour, the one of its sole obsolescence.
10 sheets of obsolete RC paper only processed
Glossy photo paper
51 x 61 cm
Ed. 1/1
Crystallized office seat

Exhibition views :
Group show
Société d’éléctricité, Brussels, BE


Group show with Gert Aertsen,Art & Language, Jeffrey Michael Austin, Jérémie Bennequin, Julien Berthier, Patrick Bernatchez, Mel Bochner, Joshua Citarella & Brad Troemel, Claude Closky, Hanne Darboven, Edith Dekyndt, Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves, David de Tscharner, Mark Geffriaud, David Guez, On Kawara, Joseph Kosuth, Lab[au], La Monte Young & Marian Zazeela, Peter Lemmens, Albertine Meunier, Nathalie Brevet_Hughes Rochette, Roman Opalka, Bertrand Planes, Sebastien Reuzé, Seth Siegelaub, Hirushi Sugimoto, Christophe Terlinden & Kris Van Dessel
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