Notes on Dilution VI / Camilla Glorioso

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Notes on Dilution VI, by Camilla Glorioso

Limited Edition Giclée print on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photorag archival photographic paper. This paper has a super matt finish, with a lovely chalky, smooth cotton feel.

Specifications:

40cm x 55cm, including a 5cm border. This is an exclusive, limited edition print of 15, sold unframed.

About this print:

Notes on Dilution is part of a documentary body of work collected during a five-week road trip around Eastern and Central Australia.

Although the landscape changes drastically from the coast to the outback, the series aims to portray the persistent and common sense of temporary human presence through ordinary objects and utensils in unexpected con-texts. Integrating symbols of a typical Western everyday life within an environment still considered exotic, Man seems to be marginal: present, but diluted by the wide spaces and high temperatures.

About the artist:

Almost obsessively interested in the beauty of mundane objects, Camilla works on photo stories and documentary series.

Most of her projects are linked together by an ongoing research that uses photography as a tool for emotional archaeology. Through flattened perspective and tight crops she trains the eye to digest everyday things a little differently, exploring themes such as sense of belonging, homesickness and our attachment to objects and clothes.

Her work has been exhibited in London (Raw to the Surface, solo exhibition, 71a Gallery, 2016; New Genes Collective, 2015), Arles (Open Walls Arles 2020) and Padova, Italy (La Mal Celebrata Meraviglia delle Piccole Cose, solo exhibition curated by Giovanni Giacomo Paolin) and sold at the Affordable Art Fair (London, 2018).

Read more about Camilla here

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