Jane Burton | Other StoriesJane Burton
Jane Burton’s Other Stories is a collection of photographs that are intended to be experienced as a series of loose associations rather than determined narratives. Structured with five chapters like a fairy-tale collection, each series is toned in a different colour – reminiscent of old photographic processes and hand-colouring techniques. The atmosphere common to all the stories is cinematic and dreamlike. Saturated with colour (peach-sepia, red, viridian green, lavender, and blue), each has its own emotional pitch and temperature; the ‘story’ is non-linear, non-literal, falling instead between remembrance, hallucination, and fantasy. Whether depicting a figure, landscape, interior, or object, the photographs are imbued with a weight of meaning and emotional intensity.
Published by M.33, Melbourne, 2012
270 x 210 mm
With an essay by Ingrid Periz