Owen Oppenheimer's work lies on the interstice between art and cinema, examining trapped psychological states through objects, prints, short films and installations.
Unsettling and blackly humorous, the work employs suspense and a sense of the absurd to explore themes of identity and its loss, notions of the uncanny in the everyday, and the human propensity for accidents and failure.
Like something glimpsed out of the corner of one's eye.
Or scraped out of it.
He lives and works in London.
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