Venue: Netil 360, 1 Westgate Street, London, E8 3RL
Date: 11 April 2017, 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Print the Moon: Star-Gazing and Lunar Photography from East London’s best rooftop bar.
By Hackney Arts and the Lumen Collective.
Astronomer Paul Hill took us on a skywards guided tour, talked lunar science and helped us to view the stars and the Moon through a collection of telescopes. With the expert guidance of Lumen, participants were able to capture images on their smart phones and print their very own photograph using Impossible Project film, with help from Impossible's very own Heinz (you can hear him on the video below!).
The Impossible Project are the only company still making analog, instant-print film since the demise of Polaroid in 2008, allowing you to make a real-life, stick-it-on-the-wall memory of this unmissable and unique event. When the last Polaroid factory closed down in 2008, Impossible stepped into rescue their machines. They're the only people in the world making instant film for classic Polaroid cameras, as well as their own new line of instant cameras. Visit impossible-project.com and find cameras and film to make your own real photos with, then share your favourite shots online with #impossibleproject