In a provocative and sometimes hilarious fashion, Visual Pleasure examines the act of looking and being looked at. Referring to psychoanalysis, phenomenology and feminism, Dawn Woolley considers both her own experience and that of the viewer when looking at her as a female and a photographic object. In a practice that encompasses photography, video, sculpture, installation and performance, Woolley questions how we interpret what we see and how meaning is created by social regulation, expectation and desire.
Visual Pleasure is the first exhibition in Ffotogallery's Wish You Were Here summer season, focusing on emerging photographic artists in Wales.
Ffotogallery, Turner House, Plymouth Rd, Penarth, CF64 3DH
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