About Us

The Analogue Laboratory is an independent, artist run photographic facility in Adelaide, South Australia, specialising in traditional and experimental techniques. Established in 2011 – we’re here to Keep the Alchemy Alive.
The Lab is located within The Mill Arts Hub at 154 Angas Street, Adelaide, South Australia -located in the heart of the City, just a short walk from Victoria Square.

The Lab runs workshops with specialist practitioners in a range of processes, from Platinum to Pinhole Cameras and everything weird in between. Usually there is absolutely No Assumed Knowledge, just bring your enthusiasm and let’s make something. Workshops are generally a full day affair and include tea, coffee, biscuits, snacks and lunch to keep you going. All equipment and materials are included in the price unless otherwise specified, and detailed technical handouts are always provided.

And when the workshop is over… we would be delighted if you would like to keep using the Lab to practice your new skill! We built the facility big enough to share, and we’re always keen to meet new people who feel as we do about alternative/ wet process photography. We keep our hire rates reasonable so you can Make More Things.

If there’s a process you’ve always wanted to learn, why not let us know?

Founder Profiles:

Alex Bishop-Thorpe is a photographer, printmaker and general builder of things who has been working in wet process for nearly a decade. You can keep up to date with whatever Alex happens to be making at www.alexbishopthorpe.com

Aurelia Carbone is a photographic and installation artist working with optical illusions and wet process photography. She is passionate about photography in all its forms and has many years teaching experience. You can see examples of her work at www.aureliacarbone.com

Aurelia & Alex, inside the main darkroom. Photo credit: Sven Kovac
Aurelia & Alex, inside the main darkroom.
Photo credit: Sven Kovac

 

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