Jennifer-Anne is a fine artist based in the South-West. She has a BA (Hons) in Photography and currently studying for a masters.
Her practise is predominantly focused on the relationship and tensions between abstraction and realisation— often capturing a point in time that communicates the depth of detail within ephemeral, everyday moments and preserving them in an image. At present she is exploring the idea of memory; the tensions between singular and collective memory, how it occupies the liminal spaces of our of world—waiting at the boundaries in fragments of truth.
She uses photography as a platform to create contemplative spaces for viewers; sometimes hopeful, sometimes unsettling but always with the intention of provoking further questions for each individual about our relationship to time, memory and our everyday lives.