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  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: meg cowell

    08.12.2011

    meg cowell

    photography

    Meg Cowell is an artist and freelance photographer working and living in Adelaide.

    In 2007 she graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) specialising in Photography at the Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania. Currently she is undertaking a mentorship with Deborah Paauwe through the University of South Australia.

    The focus of her creative and academic project is the transformation of found femininities and the power of visual metaphor. This project originated from a personal interest in collecting and archiving discarded feminine garments from the gutters and alleyways of her suburban landscape. Once sufficiently collected Meg began photographing each garment submerged, adding liquids and dyes to augment a transformative process. During this period a transitory world emerged- the garments become something 'other'-an internal world, a translucent orifice. Meg began to view the portraits as emblematic, metaphors for the complex psychology of culturalised feminine identity. An attempt to translate the symbology of her images has drawn her to a study of semiotics and the power of visual metaphor.

    www.megcowell.com
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