by Alison Shirley
Layered images of X-rays, antique recipe pages and text tell the stories of traditions passed down, broken cultural law, punishment and cannibalism. Bones is the latest installation by artist Alison Shirley, whose photographic work focuses on themes of human form and movement, as well as intimate images of the natural world, abstracted by a macro lens.
Alison Shirley completed a Bachelor of Arts in Photography and Contemporary Dance at Deakin University in 1995, followed by certificates in advanced anatomy and photography. Her photographic work now focuses on themes of human form and movement, as well intimate images of the natural world, abstracted by a macro lens.
Alison Shirley, Bones: a body of work 1, 2015–2017, Digital Print on various surfaces
Please select an entry time
- June 26, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm