From an ongoing project titled 'Polarised Soul', 'The Dining Room' was shot in 2014 with a vintage Polaroid Image Elite (also known as a Spectra) camera, using colour film by The Impossible Project. This is not a digitally manipulated image...the effect is created entirely with the film, in the camera. The original Polaroid photograph has been scanned to create prints.
From time to time I release small editions of photographs from another, very personal, strand of my work. This strand incorporates themes of sensuality and sexuality, intimacy and objectification, voyeurism and fetishism, fluid moralities and new paradigms. The images are deliberately lo-fi, raw and visceral. Often darkly conceptual, sometimes darkly erotic. These images deal in the convergence, divergence and intersection of perception and reality, with an uncompromising aesthetic and a blurring of lines between intimacy and detachment.
The edition size is 7. Printed on gallery-quality fine art paper with a wide border for mounting/framing. Signed and numbered on the front in the border, and coming with a certificate of authenticity.
Sold unmounted/unframed. Please get in touch if you wish to discuss mounting and framing options.
Also available as a 20x16 inch print from an edition of 10, and a 40x32 inch print from an edition of 3. Please contact me for pricing and availability of these.
Gallery-quality archival fine art photographic paper