True Fiction Two is a series of twenty different images printed in an edition of ten (with one artist proof) using the Epson Ultrachrome Archival Ink System.
The original series, True Fiction, ©1986, was discontinued (and the edition of 25 never finished) when the Kodak Company cancelled the production of the dye transfer materials that were used in the original printing.
With the release of True Fiction Two, each image has been meticulously crafted to assimilate the visual and photographic possibilities now available in digital processes. The result is a similar, yet significantly different feel to the sense of space and three-dimensional photographic quality represented by each image. In each print, colors have been refined, contrast altered, and detail enriched.
The image dimensions for True Fiction Two are: 14 inches high consistent for all twenty images, with the length varying from 23 inches to 27 inches depending on the image.
True Fiction Two Images