Nightmare

Artist Beate Allerton

Blended photographs & Textures printed onto archival Hahnemuehle Baryta Fine Art Paper.

47cm x 77cm

Listening to Louise’s and Dee’s experiences of their breast cancer journeys I was moved by the emotional charge of their stories: the rage of ‘why’ and of not being listened to and believed, the fear of uncertain outcome and loss, the frustration of loss of control and identity, the numbing shock of estrangement from their own bodies, but also some friends, family and colleagues, the sadness and numbness during and post treatment, but also their fighting spirit that kept them going through the dark times.
This picture about being in that dark place which affects the lives of not only the people diagnosed with and treated for cancer but also their husbands, wives, children, parents, friends.
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Nightmare

Nightmare

Artist Beate Allerton

Blended photographs & Textures printed onto archival Hahnemuehle Baryta Fine Art Paper.

47cm x 77cm

Listening to Louise’s and Dee’s experiences of their breast cancer journeys I was moved by the emotional charge of their stories: the rage of ‘why’ and of not being listened to and believed, the fear of uncertain outcome and loss, the frustration of loss of control and identity, the numbing shock of estrangement from their own bodies, but also some friends, family and colleagues, the sadness and numbness during and post treatment, but also their fighting spirit that kept them going through the dark times.
This picture about being in that dark place which affects the lives of not only the people diagnosed with and treated for cancer but also their husbands, wives, children, parents, friends.
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Date:
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