Zeno Gill, longtime contributor to ALTER/ANALOG, continues to find new ways to treat his negatives. For this series, he used dyes and also markers and fire as well as multiple exposures.
You can see more of Zeno's work on instagram at @zenopox and view his magazine at @filmwithoutfrontiers
ALTER/ANALOG: You are a prolific photographer. How often do you shoot?
ZG: As often as I can. I try to shoot at least once per week. I shoot a little less in the winter, since shooting outdoors — which is my favorite — is not always an option in my area.
ALTER/ANALOG: Who are your influences?
ZG: I don't know if this is good or bad, but I can't cite any specific influences, though there are many photographers whose work I love. Probably every photograph that I see influences me in some way. Sometimes I may get an idea of something to try, sometimes I'll notice things that I will try to avoid.
ALTER/ANALOG: What is your favorite piece of art and why?
ZG: As a rule, I don't have favorites. One artist that comes to mind as someone whose work I find depressingly good and inspirational is Basquiat. That's not a very daring stance, obviously, but I love that he was able to do things that shouldn't be possible: combining words, images, patterns, colors, and thoughts into cohesive, mesmerizing, personal pieces.