I am a freelance photographer and visual artist currently based in London, UK. I use this blog as a place to show work-in-progress, images from recent commissions, exhibition details, and other random bits and bobs.

Please visit www.kateelliott.co.uk for more examples of my work, and www.kateelliottphotography.co.uk for my commercial photography website. I am also one half of artist collaboration KEEM.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

EXHIBITION - 10x10 at Four Corners

Exhibition Dates: 15 - 25 October
Private View: Wednesday 16 October 18.30-20.30
Artists in Conversation: Saturday 19 October 14.30-16.00 
Four Corners 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 OQN
Gallery Opening Hours: 10.00-18.00 Monday to Saturday
Admission Free

Peter and David forms part of the second exhibition in the Four Corners 10x10 Exhibition Programme, and will be showing alongside work by artists Richard Kolker and Lee Milne.

The Study of Peter Pan (Untitled 8) © Kate Elliott

Peter and David is a two-part contrasting photographic installation which explores notions surrounding representation, beauty and youth. The first part – The Study of Peter Pan – is a series of nine photographic portraits in which the camera follows the subject through a 360 degree turn. It aims to capture someone at a point in adolescent development between childhood and adulthood, and to freeze that moment, the title of the work referencing the well-known mythological character of Peter Pan. The second part – The Study of David – is a site-specific montage of photographic images, depicting a replicate of Michelango’s figure of the biblical hero, David. Through the process of editing and layering, David's body is gently and subtly remoulded and transformed from the original into something new.

10x10 is a fast moving, ten week programme of exhibitions and events that presents ten projects by ten artists/photographers on Four Corners New Creative Markets programme.
For further information about the Exhibition Programme please follow this link.

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