Subverting the idea of the nude, Chloe Rosser’s work, challenges mainstream conceptions of body perception through capturing gender-fluidity and identity. Graduate of Falmouth University, Rosser is represented by LA Noble Gallery. Her recent solo show Form & Function ran from 10 May – 18 June at Photofusion. “The big project I’m working on at the moment is my first photography book, Form & Function. I ran a Kickstarter campaign to fund the printing costs which was very successful.” she said.
In the above image, the anonymity and fragmented appearance allows viewers to focus on the colours, silhouette and orientation of the bodies in a very poetic manner.