Georgina Mascolo uses photography as medium through which to convey conceptual ideas - she tries to find ways of working that make people question their faith and trust in photographic images, and is interested in the idea of the photograph as a document or artifact. Many of Georgina's ideas centre on themes of transformation, memory and belief. Albert Einstein said, "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science"- it is this meeting of science, art and mystery that is endlessly intriguing to her as an artist. Her recent work explores the dark side of domestic objects by drawing on the traditions of still life and the imagery of forensic science.
Estefania Araujo Bianchi • Magali Avezou • Hannah Barton • Annette Bluhm Hovgaard • David Calverley-Morris • Siyu Chen • Alexander Davies • Christine Donnier Valentin • Tina Engström • Ekim Erkurt • Caroline Fraser • Robin Gardiner • Ilona Herner • Davide Iemmola • Jesús Madriñán • Georgina Mascolo • Jo Phipps • Martin Robinson • Rebecca Sanders • Isabel Sierra y Gómez de León • Emma Turpin • Tessa Williams •