Elodie Duncan-Duplain uses photography as a form of therapy, as a way to understand her personal relationships. Attachments explores the idea of the 'transitional object', while Duncan-Duplain finds herself in a transitional phase as she moves away from her childhood home. By using photography to further understand her connections and strong attachments to various objects, she interprets their importance in her development as an adult. Using a photographic studio as the stage for her performance, Duncan-Duplain carefully positions herself with each object. A short video diary accompanies the photographs sharing her memories and connections with each object. The process of this work has helped Duncan-Duplain's transition into adulthood, allowing her to remain close to family through memories associated with these objects.
Steph Bourazanis • Alexandra Akigg • Zoë Bennett • Robert Bigwood • Hannah Cooper • Kimberley-Anne Cox • Elodie Duncan-Duplain • Emma Fox • David G.A. Ward • Jamain Gordon • Annie Haggarty • Lucy Jarvis • Connor Kitching • Samara Knight • Maggie Leitch • Ernielson Limbo • Henry Maxfield • Rebecca Morgan • Tomm Morton • Rebecca Orton • Madeline Regan • Grace Slater • Kirill Slokotovich • Rungthanwa Thaophayung • Sarah Williams • Miriam Winsor • Paris Wood •