Camera and production by RH Alcott
Sandy Mayo discusses her fascination with the Barbie doll and woman’s place in art history from the Paleolithic to the Space Age: bit.ly/0315SandyMayo
The squares, the green house and the red house were made with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash model (circa 1950) and the 6x9s were with a Kodak Jiffy Six-20 (circa 1935). Film for the black & white pics is Ilford Delta (100 ISO) 120mm re-rolled onto 620 spools. The color film is Kodak Ektar (ISO 100) 120mm, rerolled. Both cameras in great shape, clean, none the worse for their age. Focus effect achieved by flipping the Hawkeye’s meniscus lens.