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Odette England

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#6, from the series Attentional Landscapes, 2007-08 Archival Digital C-print 121.9 X 121.9cm © Odette England
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Attentional Landscapes, #20, 2007-08 Archival Digital C-type Print 90.3cm X 90.3cm © Odette England
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Attentional Landscapes, #7, 2007-08 Archival Digital C-type Print 90.3cm X 90.3cm © Odette England
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Attentional Ladscapes, #11, 2007-08 Archival Digital C-type Print 90.3cm X 90.3cm © Odette England
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Attentional Landscape #4, 2007 Edition 1 of 3 Archival Digital C-type Print Dibond Face-mounted to Plexiglass 90.3 X 90.3 Cm © Odette England
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Mum #14 (right foot), 2012 Pigment Print 31.3" X 40", Edition of 3 © Odette England
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Mum #3 (Right Foot), 2012 © Courtesy of the artist and the Museum of Contemporary Photography
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Diffidence, 2015 Vintage Family Snapshot, Sanded by Artist 3.5'' X 4.5'' © Odette England / courtesy Klompching Gallery, New York
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Diffidence, 2015 Historical Family Snapshot, Sanded by Artist 3.5'' X 4.5'' © Odette England / courtesy Klompching Gallery, New York
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
South Australia
Tags
memory, identity, family, geography, mapping, landscape, traditional, photography, digital, abstract
Statement

My work explores issues of identity, perception and confusion as they relate to memory. I strive to represent the illusion and distraction of how we feel about being ‘ourselves' and where we come from. My aim is to raise issues of how we perceive memory and how little we understand about its intimate relationship to personality, mood, mental state and geography.

I am particularly interested in the complexities of recording and assigning identity through photography, and how it can reflect, misrepresent or complicate a situation. I therefore use the camera as my tool for probing the difficult relationship between the image and the ‘real', and for rediscovering who we think we are versus who others say we are.

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