In Faye Claridge's latest work, Morris dancers from a number of different traditions are brought together for a remarkably unsettling photographic series. Claridge has worked with the dancers and created specially painted backdrops, to explore a myriad of social and artistic issues. Claridge's key interest is subjectivity and our relationships to strangers in the present and the past. She deliberately works on the margins of society, with groups who are ridiculed or feared for the image they portray of themselves and their national identity.
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