Emma Robinson, The Life of Things
01 June 2012
The project The Life of Things explores ideas of the object as symbol, the contrasts between organic and inorganic things and the ephemerality of life itself. The three photographs relate to each other in multiple ways and, as Emma explains:
‘Each object has a meaning (wealth, knowledge, pleasure, etc) and as a whole, the collection of objects symbolises the impermanence of man and the futility of earthly pleasures.’
Emma Robinson is a London based photographer and she is currently studying for a Masters in Photographic Studies at University of Westminster, which will culminate in an exhibition in London’s Ambika P3 Gallery in September 2012. Fauna & Flora will be there to take a look at Emma’s new work and to talk to her about it. We are looking forward to it.
Emma Robinson’s website: www.emmatsrobinson.co.uk