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Publication: Mosquito magazine
Date: May/June, 2001

‘My work is a way of exorcising something from myself which I find very emotional, maybe troubled,’ Sarah Misselbrook explains, ‘I become a subject who produces that which is visible. It is my silent, non-verbal response.’ Using digital photography Misselbrook has studied what she describes as ‘the seductive yet repellent nature of human anatomy.’ Taking femininity in modern consumer societies as one of her key themes, she has created a collection in equal parts striking and disturbing , she says of her art ( including Going That Same Way, pictured), ‘Whether a morbid curiosity of a therapeutic exercise, this ‘body’ of work has become an insight into myself. Self, mind; not image.’


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