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Alison Bettles

From the series Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series, Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series, Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series, Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series, Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


From the series, Unruly Habits

Course: MA Photography, University of Brighton

Bettles is interested in the constructed image and the assumptions that lay at the edges of the photographic medium. Unruly Habits explores ideas of theatricality, sculpture, fiction and performance. Found, familiar and household objects are used to create ephemeral installations and the home becomes a backdrop or theatre set for picture making. These purpose built sets allow the relationship between photography and sculpture to be played out and questioned. The everyday rituals and obsessions of the home are referenced and slippages are created between the documentary and the theatrical, fact and fiction.

www.alisonbettles.com


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