Acrylic cube cyanotypes

These series of experiments uses one of the 100mm acrylic cubes that I have bought to use a vitrines for my action cameras. The edge of the perspex sides casts a shadow, while the surfaces slightly obscure the light, but also reflect it. The two series of prints below are made by producing an exposure every 20-30 minutes, recording the sun’s change in elevation and azimuth. The second series is printed on greaseproof paper and the low angle of the late afternoon sun is resulting in the paper self-shadowing, producing a rippled effect to the cyanotype.