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Abby Storey Touchstones Child
Child, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Selotaped Cross, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Little Blue Santas, 2008, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Puppy Grave, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Plastic Wrapped Bear, 2005, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Suitcase Of Treasures, 2009, From Touchstones; A Series Of Images Reflecting On Humanity, The Things We Value And The Consequences Of This In A World Of Contingencies.
Holy Water, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Tree, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Horse, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Fur Stole, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Easter Eggs, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Elle, 2005, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Cappucine, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Buddha And Fallen Flowers, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Birdcage, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Beauty Pagent Girl, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
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Touchstones

2005 – 2010

The works in Touchstones reflect on humanity, the things that we value and the consequences of our exaltation in a world of contingencies. They show decontextualised entities; the familiar, the revered, the ubiquitous – touchstones.

The subjects of these photographs are together the object of some form of reverence, altered through the often inelegant necessities of everyday life, the intervention of nature or the human hand. Their pictured circumstances question their traditional associations, some light-heartedly, others less so.

Abby Storey Touchstones Child
Child, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Selotaped Cross, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Little Blue Santas, 2008, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Puppy Grave, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Plastic Wrapped Bear, 2005, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Suitcase Of Treasures, 2009, From Touchstones; A Series Of Images Reflecting On Humanity, The Things We Value And The Consequences Of This In A World Of Contingencies.
Holy Water, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Tree, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Horse, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Fur Stole, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Easter Eggs, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Elle, 2005, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Cappucine, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Buddha And Fallen Flowers, 2006, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Birdcage, 2010, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Beauty Pagent Girl, 2009, From The Series Touchstones By Abby Storey.
Abby Storey Touchstones ChildAbby Storey Touchstones Selotaped CrossAbby Storey Touchstones Little Blue Santa ClausAbby Storey Touchstones Puppy GraveAbby Storey Touchstones Plastic Wrapped BearAbby Storey Touchstones Money SuitcaseAbby Storey Touchstones Holy WaterAbby Storey Touchstones Melbourne TreeAbby Storey Touchstones HorseAbby Storey Touchstones Fur StoleAbby Storey Touchstones Easter EggsAbby Storey Touchstones ElleAbby Storey Touchstones CapucineAbby Storey Touchstones Buddha With Fallen FlowersAbby Storey Touchstones BirdcageAbby Storey Touchstones Beauty Girl

Touchstones

2005 – 2010

The works in Touchstones reflect on humanity, the things that we value and the consequences of our exaltation in a world of contingencies. They show decontextualised entities; the familiar, the revered, the ubiquitous – touchstones.

The subjects of these photographs are together the object of some form of reverence, altered through the often inelegant necessities of everyday life, the intervention of nature or the human hand. Their pictured circumstances question their traditional associations, some light-heartedly, others less so.