is a photographer based in London who graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. Studying MA Fashion Photography at UAL, London College of Fashion.
Her work ‘Body of Work’ is a reaction to the digitized image culture that surrounds us; a culture that causes us to become passive consumers of images. By exploring the relationship between space and its photographic representation, ‘Body of Work’ shows how (fashion)photography can be displayed differently. The work shows an image as a physical object that interacts with its surrounding space, rather than being displayed as a digital file on a screen. By encouraging the viewer to move around and see the work from different angles, this project aims to make the viewer conscious with their own physical body and question the way they perceive imagery.
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