Analog Sunshine Recorders Darkroom + Flux Hawaiʻi
Produced while working at NMG Network
Local film collective Analog Sunshine Recorders was established in 2010, when film labs and darkrooms were being shuttered left and right.
For Flux Hawaiʻi’s Nights issue, ASR, Trades AiR and Single Double teamed up to create a pop-up darkroom in the heart of Chinatown. From their collective community, ASR reached out to over 40 photographers to shoot a roll of film for the show. The catch: Each roll will be shot twice, creating a double exposure with a mystery pairing of photographers.
On opening night of Doubles, friends of the community joined at the Single Double space to enjoy the newly printed images and try to guess the pairings of each photo.
Images taken by Chris Rohrer, Bobby Asato and myself.
Image and flyer courtesy of NMG Network.
FLUX Hawaiʻi is the definitive title for the intelligent reader who has Hawai‘i at top of mind. Cherished for its honest storytelling, timeless design, and insightful photography, this triannual digital, social and print publication informs discerning readers about where to go, what to see, and how to respond to a world in flux. For those intent to live well and live right, FLUX Hawaii offers a curated look at island arts, culture, style, travel, design, and innovation. FLUX Hawaiʻi is produced by NMG Network.