Dee's Tree

Seers, Lindsay
The body as vessel, as instrument, as receiver and transmitter, reflexively paralleled with the recording and projecting mechanics of film, photography and video, is a consistent feature of Seer's work. Many of her still images are characterised by two themes: the artist herself as both viewing subject/ recording instrument and viewed object, and the comparability between photography and vampirism. John Hilliard (Extract from 'The Fatal Kiss of the Shutter' in the exhibition catalogue 'Hands On')
  • Artwork Details: diameter: 6cm
  • Edition: Unique + 1AP
  • Material description: c-type Mouth Photograph
  • Credit line: © the artist
  • Theme:
  • Medium: Photograph
  • Accession number: ACC59/2009



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