About'Interloper' examines the act of looking and being looked at - a central theme in Woolley's work. A photographic double replaces the artist, so that subject becomes object, forcing the viewer to question this boundary from a voyeuristic position.
Dawn Woolley's provocative approach to self-portraiture explores the relationship between âthe real' and visual representation, using traditional photographic language to question aspects of psychoanalysis, phenomenology and feminism.
This is a Test Bed exhibition. Oriel Davies is grateful to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation for their generous support of this initiative.