Artist SUSAN DERGES became one of the pioneers of camera less photography after becoming frustrated at the way 'the camera always separates the subject from the viewer'. Much of her work explores the relationship between the observer and the observed; the self and nature or the imagined and the 'real'
On 20th September 2011 at approximately 6.55pm my mother died, 6 months after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. Her death was a blessing. Watching Mum slowly deteriorate was a painful experience, but one that opened my eyes and my heart to the meaning of life.
In the 1960s psychologist Stanley Milgram tested a cross section of ordinary Americans to see if they’d administer potentially lethal electric shocks to a mild-mannered little man, sitting in an electric chair. The findings stunned the world.