This week, Eleonora Agostini is showing pictures from her new book A Blurry Aftertaste, launching this month at Offprint London. She turns to photographic performances and still lifes, involving her own family and house in these impromptu activities, to reveal the often-overlooked power relationships within the domestic space.
Born in 1992, Agostini is an Italian artist working and living in London, where she completed her MA in photography at the Royal College of Art. She is one of three artists selected for the Paper Journal Annual 2019. A Blurry Aftertaste is currently available to pre-order on the Paper Journal shop.
A Blurry Aftertaste, Eleonora Agostini
Eleonora Agostini’s A Blurry Aftertaste exists at the intersection between photography, performance and sculpture and focuses on the objects, activities and surfaces that belong to the domestic space, portrayed as an absurd and uncanny theatre defined by the creation of structures and the repetition of labour.