Natalie Tirant – Plain

March 6th – 28th 2015

Opening Friday March 6th 6 – 8pm

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Referencing traditional studio photography, Plain offers a blurred vision of the human figure in a fixed studio environment. Within the works we encounter subtle ambiguities around the human form, highlighting an altered and disordered portrait of the body. Offering no conclusions as to which gender is pre-dominant, this show actively challenges our innate understanding of the body.

Natalie Tirant graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art in photography at Monash University in 2013. She has since exhibited in a number of group shows around Melbourne including: ‘CCP Salon’ at Centre of Contemporary Photography (2013),  ’All at Once, All of the Time’ at RMIT Design Hub (2014), ‘About Face’ at No Vacancy Gallery (2014), and the ‘IPF Salon’ at Strange Neighbour (2014). She also recently held her first solo show entitled ‘Exposed’ at Rubicon Ari (2014).