About

aurelia carbone
photo credit T. McCammon

Aurelia Carbone is an Australian photographic and installation artist. She constructs handmade optical illusions to create uncanny imagery using the magic of traditional photographic processes. Aurelia believes that photography has an inherent capability for truth and for deception; in her work these capabilities are employed simultaneously to describe the nebulous relationship between the real and the imagined.

In 2012 Aurelia undertook a residency as a Visiting Scholar at Parsons in New York City. In 2011 she exhibited in the Pingyao International Photography Festival, China. She has recently completed a temporary anamorphic installation at the Marino Boat Ramp commissioned by The City of Marion and is currently working on integrated artworks for a large community park redevelopment on the Hallett Cove foreshore.

Aurelia is one of the co-founders of The Analogue Laboratory, an independent photographic facility located in th Adelaide, South Australia, specialising in traditional and experimental techniques.

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