Georgia Dunn

Deuteranopia, explores the themes of appearance and disappearance to raise awareness of colour blindness (colour vision deficiency). This topic is personal as I carry the colour-blind gene myself, which is passed on from mother to son. A benefit of being colour-blind is the ability to distinguish camouflage in nature better than people with a full range of vision. For this reason, I have juxtaposed camouflage motifs with the colours red and green, the two colours people with deuteranopia vision cannot see. The work consists of large-scale digital paper prints and smaller photographs to enable an intimate connection with the viewer.