In conjunction with Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair, Slow Culture & Deadbeat Club are proud to launch the first iteration of an ongoing installation entitled: “The Fotomat” As an homage to drive thru Fotomats of yore, we will be re-creating a full functioning kiosk to be installed in the Courtyard of MoMA PS1
All weekend long we will be offering 24 hour film developing services, film, custom photography accessories, zines and more. In addition to photo ephemera for sale, there will be guest clerk photographers selling limited edition prints exclusive to the booth. Our goal is to create an immersive, traveling installation aimed to both educate and celebrate the legacy of film photography.
Deadbeat Club is an independent publishing group dedicated to the production of small run & limited edition publications rooted in contemporary photography, curated by Clint Woodside.
Established August 2013, Slow Culture is an independent art gallery located in Chinatown, Los Angeles. From art shows, commercial projects, to off site exhibits, all forms of media are explored. Having developed an extensive network of artists and creatives, Slow Culture aims to offer a digital and physical platform to support artists and creatives across all mediums.
6:00 - 7:00 Cheryl Dunn
3:00 - 4:00 Jill Freedman
4:00 - 5:00 Gaberiel Angemi
The schedule is still being sorted... there is plenty more to come!
Kodak will be supplying a variety of 35mm and 120 film from their selection at great prices for the weekend, along with zines, prints and apparel from all our friends. Signings, Print sales and other fun things are in store...
Keeping in tradition with original Fotomat’s, we have partnered with Mono No Aware to offer film processing services. Fair attendees will be able to drop off 35mm or 120 film to be developed for next day pick up. We will have custom envelopes and packaging to commemorate the event as well.
24hr Film Process and Scan