sarah jane lynagh sarah jane lynagh
nov 05, 2008

sarah jane lynagh

sarah jane lynagh‘silence’, 2008




sarah-jane lynagh is a young photographer who explores large themes in her work from a personal perspective. her photographs are characterized by the use of unconventional materials such as parts of dead animals, which she turns into props. these props are used to augment portraits, where the body is the main concern. ‘her intent is to turn the body inside out and subvert the role of the meat making it an attachment to the outer body in order to evoke feelings that something is habitual yet out of place and threatening.’

‘silence 2’, 2008


‘mute’, 2007


‘untitled’, 2008


‘I entered nothing and nothing entered me’, 2008


‘dear darkness, won’t you cover me again’, 2008

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