Alice D.


B-B-B-Baby You Just Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

This work continues an investigation into the shortcomings of the medium of photography, with regards to the representation of ‘reality’ and the idea of the photograph as a lie.

By drawing together comparisons between the photographs and readily available objects, this installation formally distances the viewer from the emotive and personal subject matter of the photographs, allowing a more complex and analytical approach to art production, involving photography as a tool for encountering events and articulating their strangeness.

Installation shots taken during the exhibition  at Seventh Gallery, Melbourne.

inkjet prints, wooden frame, glass, pine, corduroy hat, coil
dimensions variable