(UK) April-May 2015
Alice Green’s creative work is mainly with photography. In her most recent project she filed and removed every pixel of colour from a black and white self-portrait image, then placed them on the now blank page in order. The resulting image no longer resembling a photograph but a gradient – an organised being. She is interested in the way we use images, what we become when we are photographed – a memory, proof of existence, or simply a list of numbers and letters – and how easy it is to manipulate that. Find out more about Alice’s work.