8.30

1992

Wilson, Jane and Louise
Jane and Louise Wilson's work examines the psychology and architecture of buildings. These three photographs were taken after a stranger intruded into the Wilson sisters’ apartment. ‘The combination of angles and the shadows in the pictures are unusual, creating the feeling that the images were taken from a stranger’s perspective. The artists play with warm and cold colours and the shadows in the photographs create mystery, making the viewer want to look closer.’ Seray Gunes and Kathryn Nugent
  • Artwork Details: 122 x 122cm
  • Edition: 2 from an edition of 3
  • Material description: c-type print mounted on wood
  • Credit line: © the artist
  • Theme: Undefined
  • Medium: Photograph
  • Accession number: ACC12/1995

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