Detail

4″ / 10cm

Silver On Mirror (For Ron)
399558–001 Matte

Installation is sized, priced and produced on a project-specific basis.

Silver on Mirror (For Ron) pays tribute to the central role that silver has played in photography since the early 1800s. In creating this image of silver leaf on mirror, Bing Wright was influenced by both the camera obscura, which used silver-coated mirrors, and the daguerreotype, which made use of silver-based compounds. The resulting composition has a sense of kinetic dematerialization, capturing the fragility and ephemeral character of silver leaf. Ironically, Silver on Mirror (For Ron) was shot with a digital camera, the device largely responsible for silver's obsolescence in photography.
Installed
399558001 legend
10'
305cm
16' 8"
508cm
Silver On Mirror (For Ron)
399558
Design: Bing Wright
Application
Walls
Price
Installation is sized, priced and produced on a project-specific basis.
Characteristics
Content: 65% Cellulose, 35% Latex
Finish: Protective Topcoat
Backing: None
Reference Dimension: 10' H x 16' 8" W (305cm x 508cm)
Traffic: Moderate Traffic
Customs: Repeatable, Scalable
Country of Origin: USA
Note on Mold: Intended for use in buildings designed and maintained to avoid moisture on or within walls. Application must conform to current Installation Guidelines included in each shipment or available at maharam.com.
Maintenance
W-Clean with water-based cleanser.
Testing
Flammability: AS/NZS 3837 Adhered
ASTM E 84 Adhered
CAN ULC S102 Adhered
ISO 5660 Adhered
Lightfastness: AATCC 16E, 40+ hours
Environmental
Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certified
Contains Bio-Based Materials
PFAS-Free
Brief
Silver on Mirror (For Ron) pays tribute to the central role that silver has played in photography since the early 1800s. In creating this image of silver leaf on mirror, Bing Wright was influenced by both the camera obscura, which used silver-coated mirrors, and the daguerreotype, which made use of silver-based compounds. The resulting composition has a sense of kinetic dematerialization, capturing the fragility and ephemeral character of silver leaf. Ironically, Silver on Mirror (For Ron) was shot with a digital camera, the device largely responsible for silver's obsolescence in photography.
Warranty
3 years. See Terms and Conditions for more information.
Copyright

© 2012 Bing Wright, Maharam under license

Silver On Mirror (For Ron)
399558–001 Matte

Installation is sized, priced and produced on a project-specific basis.

Silver on Mirror (For Ron) pays tribute to the central role that silver has played in photography since the early 1800s. In creating this image of silver leaf on mirror, Bing Wright was influenced by both the camera obscura, which used silver-coated mirrors, and the daguerreotype, which made use of silver-based compounds. The resulting composition has a sense of kinetic dematerialization, capturing the fragility and ephemeral character of silver leaf. Ironically, Silver on Mirror (For Ron) was shot with a digital camera, the device largely responsible for silver's obsolescence in photography.
Installed
399558001 legend
10'
305cm
16' 8"
508cm
Silver On Mirror (For Ron)
399558
Design: Bing Wright
Application
Walls
Price
Installation is sized, priced and produced on a project-specific basis.
Characteristics
Content: 65% Cellulose, 35% Latex
Finish: Protective Topcoat
Backing: None
Reference Dimension: 10' H x 16' 8" W (305cm x 508cm)
Traffic: Moderate Traffic
Customs: Repeatable, Scalable
Country of Origin: USA
Note on Mold: Intended for use in buildings designed and maintained to avoid moisture on or within walls. Application must conform to current Installation Guidelines included in each shipment or available at maharam.com.
Maintenance
W-Clean with water-based cleanser.
Testing
Flammability: AS/NZS 3837 Adhered
ASTM E 84 Adhered
CAN ULC S102 Adhered
ISO 5660 Adhered
Lightfastness: AATCC 16E, 40+ hours
Environmental
Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certified
Contains Bio-Based Materials
PFAS-Free
Brief
Silver on Mirror (For Ron) pays tribute to the central role that silver has played in photography since the early 1800s. In creating this image of silver leaf on mirror, Bing Wright was influenced by both the camera obscura, which used silver-coated mirrors, and the daguerreotype, which made use of silver-based compounds. The resulting composition has a sense of kinetic dematerialization, capturing the fragility and ephemeral character of silver leaf. Ironically, Silver on Mirror (For Ron) was shot with a digital camera, the device largely responsible for silver's obsolescence in photography.
Warranty
3 years. See Terms and Conditions for more information.
Copyright

© 2012 Bing Wright, Maharam under license
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