Foto fatte con la pellicola, esposizioni multiple, Holga e Polaroid, belle ragazze… che volete di più?!
A phantasmagoric mix of bodies, light, sex, and ether reside in Ellen Stagg’s multi-exposed
photographs. Stagg embraces the unexpected and opts for a toy Holga camera using film and
Polaroid over the manufactured guise of digital. The multiple exposures cause the women’s nude
bodies to melt into one another as well as their surroundings. The fluid nature of the images –
produced through the manipulation of light leaks, finger prints and film type – offers the viewer
a surreal visual that is simultaneously in flux and static.
La gallery completa, fino al 19 giugno alla Fuse Gallery, New York.