New Generation Gallery

Lauren Marlowe

BA (Hons) Fine Art, Technological University Dublin

New Generation Gallery

My work consists of lens work, including photographic manipulations, charcoal drawing, and music. The work often explores the mental state and memory using ethereal imagery that is concerned with the supernaturality of the psyche and the mental state. I use these mediums to try and create a sense of foreboding and darkness in the art, while also trying to create an insight into the mind. These themes are presented by depicting scenes from nature, especially forests, then I create paranormal-like images from photographs to portray the complexity of the mind. I make work about my own mental health experiences with depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Mental health is something that I am very passionate about, and these works intend to show my own experiences with mental illness, which acts as a form of therapy for me, with the intent to normalise a conversation on mental health and assist in de-stigmatising it.

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