In the late 1970's Polaroid's SX-70 camera became available, and allowed the creative
process to move from cycles of hours, days or even weeks via the darkroom and critiques,
to on-the-street real-time progressions. It also allowed photographer-subject interactions in
portraiture and group situations to reach a new level of playfulness and spontaneity. Here's
the results of some of that process at Apeiron... except as specifically noted, the images
were taken by whomever happened to be holding the camera.