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With the four retinal sheets in my pocket, I headed to F’s house. Inside the white house, unmarked without a doorplate, images are being separated into three colors. Employing a technique passed down from his forefathers, F is combining the three sheets of color-separated film to reconstitute the image. Red, blue, and green pigments, made by dying potato starch, create the colors of the retina itself. 



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