Opening Night: Order/Disorder
Opening Night: Order/DisorderIsabelle Osborne
Be one of the first to experience Isabelle Osborne’s exhibition, Order/Disorder, featuring photographic works which represent alternative aesthetic modes of mental illness.
Order/Disorder opens on Friday 11 August, 6pm
Exhibition continues 12-27 August.
Image: Isabelle Osborne, Order / Disorder 093 (anti-psychotic), 2016, archival inkjet print. 39cm x 61cm.
About Isabelle Osborne
Isabelle Osborne, the cross-disciplinary artist/designer/illustrator/photographer behind La Lune Design, is an emerging Fremantle based creative and recent graduate of Curtin University, WA. Currently undertaking her Bachelor of Arts (Honours), her current practice focuses upon Experimental Analogue methods of photography and metaphorical links held between materials and the mind. Through practice-led research methodologies, she is currently involved in investigating ways to confront negative pictorial representations held towards marginalised and stigmatised groups within hegemonic discourses. Namely, her ongoing project Order/Disorder seeks to re-present mental illness in ways that seek the ‘beauty’ in its inherent ambiguity. Her work is highly influenced by an appreciation of the philosophical-aesthetic of wabi-sabi: an appreciation of beauty in obscurantism, of growth and decay; of all things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.