For this project, England undertook quasi-scientific experiments in manipulating the intended meaning and function of family photographs. She did this by selectively and meticulously exposing personal snapshots through plates from the Ishihara Test for Colour Blindness, in order to explore how humans search, perceive and process imagery.
'In this series, I seek to question observation, exposure, recognition and insight, all in the contexts of memory and contemporary culture in which we are bombarded by ever-increasing amounts of visual stimuli, and yet in which there are always varying shades of gray.' Odette England
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