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Hannah Biscombe’s practice is grounded in the use of photograms - a primitive photographic technique that records the space around objects on paper - made of living creatures.  Her photograms are processed traditionally and then scanned to enable them to be reconstructed as a larger, increasingly complex work. The work aims to transcend the photograph's sense of loss. It is about containment, escape and exploring the way in which the combination of photography's most basic format with digital editing technology offers the potential for radical new visual forms

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