Elaine Duigenan is a photographic artist based in London. She is represented by Klompching Gallery in New York. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is held in collections such as the V&A. An image from her last series 'Micro Mundi' was flown to The International Space Station on Shuttle Atlantis, serving to hilight the connections between earth and space.
First she made art with Nylon stockings. Now Elaine Duigenan is back with a quirky series of digital photograms made from vintage hairnets.
Elaine Duigenan creates modern-day digital photograms to capture exquisite details of women'sstockings — pale specimens glowing in inky black space.