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Sally Verrall

MA work

I aim for photography to become propositional as well as referential, that it be reinvested with the nature of our perception. I feel that the shifting and confounded perspectives within my images are reference to the shifting perspectives of our moving bodies through architecture. Constructed according to the spatial dynamics of image alone (image of image; image through image) I want the measure of depth in my photography to remain an elusive and ungraspable measurement, to push forward as well as backwards. My work both embraces and critiques the shifting mode of representation from the analogue to the digital, poised between the virtual and the real.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Photography, 2007

  • I aim for photography to become propositional as well as referential, that it be reinvested with the nature of our perception. I feel that the shifting and confounded perspectives within my images are reference to the shifting perspectives of our moving bodies through architecture. Constructed according to the spatial dynamics of image alone (image of image; image through image) I want the measure of depth in my photography to remain an elusive and ungraspable measurement, to push forward as well as backwards. My work both embraces and critiques the shifting mode of representation from the analogue to the digital, poised between the virtual and the real.

  • Experience

  • Visiting Artist, Farnham School of Art and Design, London, 2007; Visiting Artist, University Northampton, 2007; Photography Technician, University Northampton, Northampton, 2004-5
  • Exhibitions

  • Time, Burghley Sculpture Gardens, Leicester, 2007; The Physical Image, Hockney Galley, RCA, 2007; Architectureweek, 21 Corporation Street, Northampton, 2006; Open Spaces Open Places, Central Library, Northampton, 2004