Chloe Rosser in ‘F-Lux’
At The Old Truman Brewery, London


20th Jun – 24th Jun 2013

Falmouth University is showcasing an exhibition over fifty up-and-coming photographers from the BA Photography course. Questioning everything from art theory to the social status quo, f-Lux photographers push boundaries and seek to create engaging, impacting and relevant work; designed to launch them from their degree at Falmouth.

The figures in Chloe Rosser’s work are photographed in a contorted fashion, the body becomes inhuman. It is a mindless mass of flesh, both intriguing and repelling us. Here, what should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculpture. The work is an unsettling exploration into the human condition and our alienation from our own bodies.

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