In 2001 I began an exploration using a flatbed scanner as a capture device for its unique and astonishing qualities. My interest in scanography evolved into creating engaging assemblages that capture intimate details of flowers while they mimic human (or animal) gesture, physiology and expression. The intention of this imagery is to provoke emotional response, or elicit questions about familiar notions of beauty and the human condition.
Over the past two years my scanography work won international recognition in two of the world’s most prestigious photography competitions, the Pilsner Urquell International Photography Awards and PX3 Photo Competition, Paris.
email: Janet Dwyer
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