STAGED REALITY: ALEX PRAGER
Alex Prager’s photography which primarily uses staged figures to create meticulously devised mise en scène, is often described as filmic and hyperreal, synthesizing uncanny images of fiction and reality. Her images touch upon themes of the voyeurism, alienation and anxiety, capturing a fractional slice of a narrative, inviting the viewer to complete the story. Prager discusses her photographic practice with Nathalie Herschdorfer, presenting images from across her projects, to examine the construction of images and the consumption of images in our media-saturated society.
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