Going back to a familiar theme for Debra Sanders, the installation 35mm. takes its’ title from the type of analog still film with the same name. Using traditional analog photography methods combined with 25 projectors, Debra Sanders shoots and manipulates her images using techniques such as double exposure and pinhole. Once the film is developed, Sanders splices the film into loops each contains approximately 8 images. Each loop is converted to fit into the projectors and a thread of constantly spooling loops and the images drift hauntingly through the space. Meant to evoke a mindset of dreamy, fleeting memories and the passage of time, 35 mm taps the viewers subconscious in order to elicit emotions.