"Dread" Study came to life in the wake of how we, as a society, react to the idea of illness.
'Dread', Digital Archival Print, 20 inches x 40 Inches, Tricia Dunk, 2008
A body of work born out of the idea of expectations.
'#He Said', Digital Archival Print with stitching, 30 inches x 16 Inches, Tricia Dunk, Work in Progress
'Disappearing' is a body of work consisting of 13 images. It evolves within the confines of identity, particularly identity within the relationship.
'Disappearing', Digital Archival Print, 40 inches x 20 inches, Tricia Dunk, Work in progress
Reflections looks at the idea of the self (and the "selfie") in a twisted perspective of the unrecognizable.
'Reflections', Digital Archival Print, 30 inches x 15 inches, Tricia Dunk, 2016
'Fluidity' explores the idea of identity within the confines of time and moments.
'Fluidity Study', Digital Archival Print, 44 inches x 20 inches, Tricia Dunk, 2012
It was on my 32 birthday that my father received the diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease. He was 62. Ten years later, on my 42 birthday my father had his driver's licence revoked. I begin looking at the idea of movement and the fact that we take for granted the idea of ease for us to get from point A to point B, without thought.
'Constant Shift', Digital Archival Print, 16 inches x 12 inches, Tricia Dunk, 2015
We all veil ourselves in some manner.
Part one: The Intovert
'Veiled', Digital Archival Print, 20 inches x 16 inches, Tricia Dunk, 2015
Family is Family is Family...
A series that studies connection. Time. place. What it means to have existed before you existed.
'Family is Family is Family', Digital Archival Print, 32 inches x 18 inches, Tricia Dunk, 2013