Rhode Island School of Design
Odette England (1975, South Australia) has participated in exhibitions across Europe, the USA, and Australia including solo exhibitions at Light House, Wolverhampton, UK; Three White Walls Gallery, Birmingham, UK; and Durham Art Gallery, Durham, UK; and group exhibitions at KLOMPCHING GALLERY, New York, NY; Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA; Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA; Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO; Host Gallery, London, UK: and Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR.
She is a two-time UK winner of the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Emerging Photographers competition and has achieved wins and honorary mentions in the Px3 De La Photographie Paris competition; the London International Creative competition; and the International Photography Awards.
Most recently, she is the recipient of the Hotshoe Photofusion Award (2011) and the CENTER $5000 Project Launch Award (2012), juried by Virginia Heckert, Associate Curator, J. Paul Getty Museum. An exhibition of her award winning series Thrice Upon A Time was shown at the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM.
England graduated with Honors from the Rhode Island School of Design (MFA Photography) in 2012. She is represented in the US (east coast) by KLOMPCHING GALLERY.
How much visual information do we really need to see a picture and understand it? How do photographs define our memories, and what would happen if the photos started to lose their details? Odette England explores these ideas and more in her new project.
How much visual information do we really need to see a picture and understand it? How do photographs define our memories, and what would happen if the photos started to lose their details?explores these ideas and more in her new project, and Professor Boris M. Velichkovsky explains how the science of vision works.