MARIA MUNAR

RE-ARTICULATING IDENTITY 

Inkjet Print, Plastic, Airline Cable, 4x3'

2017

Exhibited at Blackout Photography Exhibition, winner of exhibition selected by Curator Naomi Potter.

Re-Articulating Identity is part of series of artworks that explore the lack of accuracy between what the body is, and how the body is represented in a photograph. Showcasing how images are constructed representations that have the ability to hide, reveal, omit and transform. Disrupting the familiar and displaying a dynamic collage of assemblages. The piece reflects the viewers own image and as the piece spins the image is distorted, certain areas are revealed and others concealed and augmented. This work is exploring the fluidity of the perception of images, perception of self, and how that informs and shapes identity.