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June 5th, 2006

Gold in Disguise: Photographs for the Future

Abstract:
To develop a new art form, based on the subtleties and permanence of gold chloride and its light sensitivity, Firefallmedia today created a new division, that will be fully operational by September 1, its mission: to achieve full-color, archival, image stability in the same print within three years. By combining solutions chemistry and nano-technology, we will succeed, according to Robinson Joyce, managing director of the new division.

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