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About the Art

Part of a series, peeled photograph drawing mounted on aluminium, edition of 5 each unique. The surface of the photograph is hand incised and portions of the photo emulsion peeled away to reveal the stark white of the paper below, this creates contrasting texture and tone, and emphasises the object/image relationship inherent in found domestic photography.

Curator Insights

Mark Westall

Mark Westall said:

"How can it be that people with no faces in this image can look so normal!! I love Alex's work and this series in particular. "

About the Artist

Alex March’s studio practice reflects an ongoing investigation of the domestic archive as everyday portrait and place for identification and the formation of identity, and explores in particular the image/object relationship of the family photograph. In each photographic piece the surface of the ph…

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