Sara Oscar’s exhibition plays with the expectation that a photographic series will emphasize the similarities between images, or potentially reveal a narrative sequence. The exhibition incorporates an eclectic range of photographs, from abstraction, to collage and still life photography.
The exhibition explores an idea of seriality shared between the Lamarckian scientist, Paul Kammerer and Bauhaus artist, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Paul Kammerer obsessively documented coincidental events as a means to establish relationships between things. For Kammerer, coincidences were an example of the universal force of seriality connecting all things. A similar view was held by Moholy Nagy, who believed a series of photographs eliminated difference, only to emphasise the similarities between things. For Moholy-Nagy, serial photography was the language of the future.
Sara Oscar is a Sydney based artist. She works with photography and its relationship to reconstruction, history and archiving.
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