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Adjusted trajectories I. Photograph - Limited Edition of 10

Agnes Eperjesy


Photography, 35mm Film on Paper

Size: 13 W x 18.9 H x 2 D in

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Arte Laguna Prize Finalist 2024 Lensculture Critics Choice Award 2022 Numbered, limited, signed edition 10+2AP 33cm x 48cm, collaged, 3D, giclée prints of analog photographs on archival Hahnemühle paper. Each assemblage is unique in how it's cut and assembled Analog photograph created with traditional techniques using natural light, light leaks and double exposures. The prints are collaged and layered into a 3D assemblage. Part of the series: Adjusted trajectories. Inspired by historical accounts of people who were excluded, rejected or silenced. I wanted to give voice to those whose circumstances (cultural, political, social etc.) made them voiceless. Using found images, analogue double exposures, I wanted to bring these images to life. By exposing our garden plants around them, I sought to depict what it would be like to invite these people into our garden for a day, where their stories could be heard. The layered, collaged waves and shadows represent the possible directions their lives could have taken in different circumstances.

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Photography:35mm Film on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10

Size:13 W x 18.9 H x 2 D in

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Agnes Eperjesy is a visual artist working in collage, mixed media and photography. She grew up in Gyor, Hungary where she studied fine art as well as economics before moving to the UK in the early 2000s and to Sweden recently. She completed a photojournalism diploma followed by a masters degree in Organisation development based on Gestalt and complexity theories which informs and underpins most of her recent works. Her eclectic work experience ranges from exhibiting artist to senior corporate roles. The exposure to a wide variety of studies and professional practices is providing her with a fertile ground for conceptual art work.  As an interdisciplinary artist she is using mediums that enable the subversion of imagery to shift meanings, create different narratives, new visual languages, new stories and to look at familiar scenes from new angles. Agnes is working with traditional and experimental processes. She tends to approach her work through a humanist lens often using a surrealistic style, analysing and documenting the human experience. She uses traditional photography to create liminal spaces between traditional and contemporary through the language of abstraction. Her experimental photography work is largely based on the study of phenomenology, the philosophy of experience. We experience our environment and others through the lens of our learned social norms, cultural background and upbringing. Her work explores the idea of what it may look like if we could strip ourselves from these preconceptions and look at our environment and ourselves more intuitively. Her collage art practice takes on social commentary, critiquing perceptions of ideal society and accepted individual behaviour, through layering and double meanings and symbols, while showing humour and irony. Her work has been exhibited at various galleries, art fairs and can be found in private collections.

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