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Chloe Rosser

Form 2, 1, 2013, © Chloe Rosser

Course: BA(Hons) Photography, Falmouth University

Form challenges the conventional understanding of the human figure by confronting the viewer with contorted bodies. The forms photographed are far from the ‘ideal’ body, presenting a structured mass of flesh, genderless and sometimes almost inhuman. What should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculptural figure. Rosser explains: "The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition, demonstrating an alienation from our own bodies."

 

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Form 2, 2, 2013, © Chloe Rosser

Course: BA(Hons) Photography, Falmouth University

Form challenges the conventional understanding of the human figure by confronting the viewer with contorted bodies. The forms photographed are far from the ‘ideal’ body, presenting a structured mass of flesh, genderless and sometimes almost inhuman. What should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculptural figure. Rosser explains: "The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition, demonstrating an alienation from our own bodies."

 

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Form 2, 3, 2013, © Chloe Rosser

Course: BA(Hons) Photography, Falmouth University

Form challenges the conventional understanding of the human figure by confronting the viewer with contorted bodies. The forms photographed are far from the ‘ideal’ body, presenting a structured mass of flesh, genderless and sometimes almost inhuman. What should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculptural figure. Rosser explains: "The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition, demonstrating an alienation from our own bodies."

 

chloerosser.co.uk


Form 2, 4, 2013, © Chloe Rosser

Course: BA(Hons) Photography, Falmouth University

Form challenges the conventional understanding of the human figure by confronting the viewer with contorted bodies. The forms photographed are far from the ‘ideal’ body, presenting a structured mass of flesh, genderless and sometimes almost inhuman. What should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculptural figure. Rosser explains: "The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition, demonstrating an alienation from our own bodies."

 

chloerosser.co.uk


Form 2, 5, 2013, © Chloe Rosser

Course: BA(Hons) Photography, Falmouth University

Form challenges the conventional understanding of the human figure by confronting the viewer with contorted bodies. The forms photographed are far from the ‘ideal’ body, presenting a structured mass of flesh, genderless and sometimes almost inhuman. What should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculptural figure. Rosser explains: "The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition, demonstrating an alienation from our own bodies."

 

chloerosser.co.uk


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