_The photographer takes in her subject through her camera's mouth, digitally digests until following a frenzy of bulimic expulsion a mass of images begin to coagulate into a giant new form._
Erysichthon's Ball continues an ongoing exploration of the photographic object and its relationship to human subjects, engaging notions of self-representation in an era of instant and endlessly generative (re)production technologies. This new work offers a psychological response to contemporary notions of being by bringing together optical illusionism and perfect form to contain and tame a visceral mass of over ten thousand photographic elements.
Centre for Contemporary Photography
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