Rebecca Erin Moran (FLURR)

Rebecca Erin Moran’s (1976) practice is process driven, seeded from the sensory interactions of everyday life.  It is an open system, it is fluid, it rests on a curve of potential and uncertainty; a feminist perspective on surface, touch, and intimacy.  In her recent research into the backdrop as void, she aims to turn blank space into specific place. In the photo studio, a backdrop is a physical object but in the finished image its materiality is usually erased. In the work Feeling Emulsional the backdrop focuses on the surface itself, a tactile work that photographically “develops” during the fair.


Artist is presented by FLURR.


Foto Tallinn