Ali McCann’s photographs explore light, colour, space and form. Much of the tension comes from the way she contrasts solid objects with reminders of the ever-shifting nature of pedagogy, fashion, knowledge and memory.
“I am preoccupied with the constructed nature of photography and the possibilities of creating alternate visual and psychological realities through the mode of still life,” she says. “Nostalgic imagery and the representations of memory intersect ambiguously with the theoretical notions of visual perception and the aesthetics of education.”
Read the full story in issue 92 of Art Collector.