• Alice Shaw

    Gallery 16

    Whether by accident or some grand universal design, the invention of photography and the inception of psychology took place more or less simultaneously. According to Alice Shaw, the two have always had much in common as ways to see through new eyes. With an appealing honesty Shaw describes one of the driving forces behind her work as a kind of psychological state—a confusion that leads her to try to make sense of the world and its illusions through pictures, often of herself.

    In this exhibition three separate bodies of work all addressed issues of identity and selfhood. Shaw has clearly put a

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