A combination of decomposition and disquiet absence, my photographic art process is positioned literally and conceptually to dissect; to invite society to look beyond the exterior layers of self and the world around them, and acknowledge truths that they may have never thought about (or more importantly, may have never wanted to confront). In my photographic autopsy, blood flows, limbs are severed, and features are contorted.
Through various processes of layering and filtering, degradation and erasure, surreal surrogate identities are created; unidentifiable, yet pained and disfigured by the photographic/cinematic conventions they find themselves bound by. These subjects stand as metaphors for psychological anxiety/fear, relating to themes of mortality, spirituality and identity.
Griffith University | Queensland College of Art, Bachelor of Photography, 2011
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