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Memory is explored through the prism of psychological theory and neuroscience. Using detailed studio sets and multi-media, Slater considers how photographic imagery can reveal layered stories and entice the viewer into considering alternate narratives.

Portraiture which emerges from a meaningful and intense collaboration between subject and photographer.

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Images that reveal the complex dialogue between humans and the natural world.

Engaging single images and picture stories.

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Archive

A selection of images from Slater's rich archive which spans over 50 years. Crossing from analogue to digital and traversing continents she explores and curates her own memories.

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5 decades of memories in medium format

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Spirit emerging

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5 decades of memories in medium format

 

About

Jackie Slater is a recent graduate of Leeds Arts University. Her previous long career as an international business consultant afforded opportunities to travel extensively and to benefit from interaction with a wide range of cultures and art forms which have informed her practice. In particular, her ability to engage with individuals and communities in both formal and informal settings has facilitated access to intimate and untold stories that she explores through her fine art practice from the perspectives of psychology and neuroscience.

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