Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Female Identity by Alicia Ross

Alicia Ross, a New York base artist, her works has evolved to encompass various facets of female identity using photography, fiber, video and installation.

From the interview with art:21, she said: "I'm more interested in exemplifying the conflict rather than choosing sides. In my series of Samplers and Motherboards, I tried to blur the line between female figures, by removing them from their context and allowing the viewer to distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable or private and public. By making the images startling or impressive I feel the intended question becomes more obvious to the viewer."

see more of Alicia's work from
Alicia's interview with art:21:

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