Untitled (yet to be titled)
Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London
Emma Gruner’s images reflect upon the construction of visual identity and self-representation in the post-digital era. Her images depict hypersexual representations, conveying notions of visual pleasure, consumption and persona. Referencing aesthetics of mainstream pornography, the awkwardness of her performance underlines the vulnerability of the work while raising questions concerning the digital diffusion of images.