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Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree

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Shortlist / Next Photographer / Next Photographer / 2016

Photograph Description 1
The 'Daydreaming Girl' series depicts the forest as a space of the unseen and mysterious where immensity leads to admiration, contemplation and fright. The territory I've portrayed here is the forest of Fontainebleau, located south of Paris. The latter has become over the years a familiar environment to which I became intimately attached, for the house in which I grew up stood at the edge of this very forest.

Photograph Description 2
This is a map of the forest indicating the location of huts. The series starts as a journey of wander into the woods and slowly turns into a quest for identity scattered with obstacles, singular rituals and secret hideaways.

Photograph Description 3
A hidden hut

Photograph Description 4
An indoor bird's nest

Photograph Description 5
A path deep into in the forest

Photographer's Profile
Alexandra Serrano is a French-Mexican photographer living in Paris. She holds a masters degree in Photographic Studies completed at the University of Westminster. Her practice tackles themes such intimacy, family, childhood and memory. Her work has been featured in various publications and has been exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions across Europe, North America and Asia.

  • Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree
  • Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree
  • Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree
  • Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree
  • Alexandra Serrano: Nesting In the Wolf Tree

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