Within the realm of image making, Zoe Monckton compiles a visual diary documenting narratives and evidence of human traces. By the recording of personal and collective memories, she invites the viewer to reflect on individual experiences and question the ways in which we utilise photography as an anthropological record. Her photographs reveal her interest in heterotopic spaces and memory of a place. Her most recent work revisits her Catholic school, offering a personal reflection into a nostalgic and somewhat idealized childhood space. This series closely explores Roland Barthes' theory of photography and memory, reinforcing the theme of social interest that runs through her work.
Natalie Bacon • Simon Baker • Lucy Fisher • Jay Harrison • Lanyue Li • Laura Mason • Zoe Monckton • Hannah Munby • Charlotte Oldman • Melissa Reynolds-James • Eleanor Rickard • Eyder Rosso • Amber Smith • Molly Warren • Lily Wedge • Remi Lewis Young •