BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins 2019
Caroline’s work explores her desire to deconstruct everyday objects, which are usually bought for their utility. Having chosen the humble household sponge as her particular subject matter for this collection, Caroline celebrated its form by creating abstract architecture. She tricks her audience, forcing the sponge to lose its identity by digitally editing her images by modifying the shapes playing with scale and by reflection until there is nothing but the sponges texture remaining to identify it.
"I hope that the audience will understand that you can't judge a book by its cover: here, you don’t understand at first look the material of these photographs; most people believe I created this construction in real life, they underestimate the power of image editing"