About the workshop
Starting from a very experimental practice, Javi Piñana and his group, Lost Processes, have begun to work with ferric rubber printing as an alternative to dichromatic rubber. This technique replaces potassium bichromate with iron chloride to work with a chemical that is less toxic for those who handle it and better for the environment. Michael Andrews started this technique a couple of years ago, but it hasn't caught on widely.
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication and worked for years with a television camera in different media, photography and social video. In 2009, after having worked in the United Kingdom and Madrid, he returned to Castellón and became a computer scientist. Starting in 2018, Javier rediscovered his passion for photography through historical and experimental processes. During those years of experimentation, she has continued learning in different workshops with Lidón Forés, Julián Barón and Célica Veliz.