Main Image: Alexandra Rosenblum, Creek Bed (Silverton) (detail), 2018. Chemigram silver gelatin print: ruby salt bush, dust, eucalyptus, ethanol, kangaroo fat, exposed for 12 hours, developed in caffenol.

Image above: Alexandra Rosenblum, Hide (detail), 2017. Fine art print.

Mirror Meditations

Contrasting Tension and Contentment

Alexandra Rosenblum is an artist working in a variety of photographic mediums to explore the binaries of self-actualisation. Using photography to investigate concepts encompassing duality, vulnerability and tension, Alexandra produces photographs that are alluring yet evoke a feeling of anxiety.
This project utilises an analogue photographic practice to explore natural light in various environments as a symbol of the duality of anxiety and peace.
Encompassing traditional dark room processing with unconventional forms in order to develop the work into a personal expression. Alexandra Rosenblum’s photography becomes a platform that provides the viewer access to the artist’s fragility and trauma whilst also encouraging self-reflection.
Exhibition: Thursday 27 February – Sunday 5 July
Location: Mildura Arts Centre

Mildura Rural City Council and Mildura Arts Centre

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