Sophy Holden’s practice is centred in aesthetic narrative – she is a storyteller who references poetry and visual narrative. At the intersection of street, portrait and landscape photography, the work is expressed through a consistent, highly-stylised editing process. Key themes include mental health, femininity and masculinity. Holden’s aim is to represent the filmic in a new format, through unique style of working “as a method of tying all of the work together through a conscious, visual narrative thread.”
Bart Seng Wen Long
Bart’s practice is situated within the intersections of fetishism, queerness, contemporary appearance, post-racial politics and neoliberalism.
Laura Gaggero explores the relationship between participatory photography and contemporary representations of women.