The creation of self-portraits has allowed Alexandra Rose to come to an understanding of their own individual identity. Working with filmĀ and hand painted chemicals, slows down the process of creation, enabling the monochromatic imagery to become abstracted from the moment that they represent. From the removed point of the present, looking at the past, the progression of loss, change, and growth can be witnessed. The body, the mind, and the spirit shift gradually so that the record better reveals what it looks like to be alive and evolving in this particular vessel.
photogram, 2015
photogram, 2015
gum bichromate, 2018
gum bichromate, 2018
silver gelatin, 2017
silver gelatin, 2017
paper negative, 2017
paper negative, 2017
silver gelatin, 2015
silver gelatin, 2015
silver gelatin, 2015
silver gelatin, 2015
silver gelatin, 2016
silver gelatin, 2016
kallitype, 2016
kallitype, 2016
bleached print, 2016
bleached print, 2016
black magic, 2017
black magic, 2017
digital print, 2017
digital print, 2017
digital print, 2017
digital print, 2017
gum bichromate, 2018
gum bichromate, 2018
silver gelatin, 2016
silver gelatin, 2016
silver gelatin, 2016
silver gelatin, 2016
digital print, 2016
digital print, 2016
silver gelatin, 2015
silver gelatin, 2015
black magic, 2016
black magic, 2016
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