Australian photographer Sylvé Colless will be showing her work to U.S. audiences for the first time, when she opens her “Aurelia” exhibition in Los Angeles later this week.
This introspective examines the concept of metamorphosis, where the polarities of harmony and chaos manifest themselves as expressions of our consciousness. The idea that this process can shape our bodies and our minds is depicted through the intermingling of two nude subjects, who represent opposite extremes and the flow of energy in the process of personal change.
“Aurelia” runs from June 4-12 at Slow Culture in Los Angeles and is supported by RVCA and The Artist Network Program.
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