Meryl Meisler writes about her early disco work for One Heart Berlin:

When my friend Judi Jupiter and I frequented Studio 54, I often helped create her fashion attire for the evening. I’d usually bring my medium format camera and take photos while dancing the night away. The next day I would develop the B&W film in my makeshift darkroom. If my camera was in repair, I would bring a 35mm with color slide film and send the film out to be processed. The negatives were put in pages and labeled with location, month, year and names of some characters and parties. The slides were kept in their boxes and labeled similarly. I didn’t look back, edit or show the disco and other large bodies of work for decades. In retrospect, I realize I’ve been keeping a private visual diary.

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