Civic Fictions Colour and Code
Colour and Code is a photo media-based response to the artist’s experience of relocation to South Australia. Photographic images of Adelaide city reflect this initial experience and have been estranged through digital processes to enhance a feeling of strangeness and familiarity.
Emiko Artemis is a visual artist living and working in South Australia. Her work examines the intersection of bodily movement and space. Emiko's images use symbols, evocative imagery and the natural world to capture interactions with both the inner and outer landscapes of mind body and the environment. Her work draws on personal experience and theoretical concepts to tell stories and present ideas. Emiko also works with individuals and communities to enact positive transformation and personal empowerment. Art changes lives.
Image: Emiko Artemis, Sandy Yellow, digital image
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