A visual chronicle illustrating the battles and tribulations of my own experience. ‘Burnt Fingers, Broken Nose’ explores and redefines vernacular conventions associated with the photographic image by offering an amalgam of disparate imagery displayed side by side, all whilst managing to retain a level of self-consciousness located at the threshold of representation and abstraction. The works in the series favour a more ambiguous and elusive sequence over one that is defined, concrete, and obvious. The narrative depicted, ebbs and flows through the mind of a pallid figure, their identity never fully revealed, constantly veiled by shadow. It’s with this cryptic...
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