Edith Marie-Pasquier

Edith Marie Pasquier engages with ideas of perception and space in relation to contemporary philosophy and photography. Revisiting the ‘pure aesthetic’ and analogue techniques of the early innovators in photography she employs ‘differential focus,’ attempting to probe the physical and spatial dimension of the photograph and inviting the viewer to feel the surfaces and layers within an image.

 

By working with the early tools of photography – “encounter with subject, focus plane and printing processes”– her work takes us to experiments in writing, drawing, moving image and the hand printed image.