My recent body of work is engaged in various themes. Among them is an investigation of photography as sculpture, and of the dialogue that can be created between image and object. I also explore creating a vocabulary that addresses the cultural shift from written to visual representation, that an image can be read like a word, and its meaning redefined. Finally, I use landscape to investigate my identity and examine the power structures that have governed the discourse surrounding that landscape. My focus often being a Middle Eastern landscape.

Nadine Hattom

The artist about her work exploring photography, sculpture, language and identity. Her photo project Shadows and group exhibition Languitecture at the P21 Gallery, London, until 30 October 2016.

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