© Natasha Caruana still from 'Timely Tale' co-commissioned by HOUSE and Photoworks for HOUSE Biennial 2017

Don’t Miss – Natasha Caruana, ‘Timely Tale’

University of Brighton Galleries
154-155 Edward Street, Brighton

showing daily until 5 November 2017

co-commissioned by HOUSE and Photoworks for HOUSE Biennial 2017

 

From start to finish,  the installation is an incredibly moving experience
Gemma Padley – Photomonitor

The end result makes for an intense experience
Alex Jackson – British Journal of Photography

Caruana’s work is original, inquisitive and resourceful. Her work underlines how photography and our consumption of it is ever shifting
Fiorella Lanni – This is Tomorrow

 

Natasha Caruana’s new lens-based work is set against a backdrop of love, desire and health in the age of ‘Excess’ – the theme for this year’s HOUSE Biennial.

With with a 360° film, viewers are transported from an institutional waiting room, into the intimate setting of Natasha’s mother’s bedroom. The short film captures recuperation, finding the right outfit, storing medication and looking for the perfect online partner. The piece addresses the idea of choice and how, in the long run, too much choice can often lead to decision-making paralysis.

 

Video:
Watch Natasha discuss the work and the themes behind it in a short video here

 

Event:  Natasha Caruana in conversation with Celia Davies
Saturday 4 November 2017
FREE but booking required
book your place here

 

 

© Natasha Caruana, from the series Timely Tale, 2017. A HOUSE / Photoworks co-commission for HOUSE Biennial 2017
Related project: HOUSE and Photoworks present a new co-commission by Natasha Caruana for HOUSE Biennial 2017   

Timely Tale
Natasha Caruana
University of Brighton Gallery, Edward Street
30 September – 5 November 2017

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