eloise maree is a Sydney-come-Blue Mountains-based still and moving image artist.
eloise develops camera-originals in a butler’s pantry darkroom. her camera-originals and prints limn femininity (and the female as image-maker as well as image-object), and depict eighteenth through twenty-first century local female stories (both fact and fiction). eloise works as a gallerist at Lyttleton Stores Cooperative and as an archivist at the Australian Museum.
eloise is inspirited by Cotton and other female photographers, Atkinson, Bowden and other female botanists and illustrators, Roeg’s film Walkabout, Weir’s film Picnic at Hanging Rock, personal experiences as well as the past and its relationship to the present and more.
eloise is experienced at both traditional and alternative processes of photography, by way of Ellie Young of Gold Street Studios, as well as by way of a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) (Sydney College of the Arts, the University of Sydney) and a Diploma of Screen and Media (Sydney Film School) (as well as a Master of Museum Studies (the University of Sydney).
eloise's work has been exhibited at Lyttleton Stores Lawson, Gaffa Gallery, Gaffa Sydney, the Southbank Library Boyd, the Long Division Gallery, Schoolhouse Studios Collingwood as well as on The Planthunter blog.
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