Beecake, Anne Lamb, The Work Magazine, Unknown, 2013 Allyson Anne Lamb's Transformations, Anne Lamb, Juxtapose Magazine , San Francisco, 2012 Allyson Anne Lamb: Sprache des menschlichen Körpers, Various, I-ref.de, Berlin, 2012 Dear Dave Magazine, #11, Various, Dear Dave, New York City, 2012 Der Greif, #5, Various, Der Greif, Augsburg, 2012 Twenty-First Century Nudes, Rosecrans Baldwin, The Morning News, Unknown, 2012
Anne Lamb is an American artist primarily working with photography. Her work uses the body to explore the complexity of human emotions and the continuous invisible transformations we experience, revealing them as monstrosities, and encounters with fantastical beings. Through the assembling of human skins, nonhuman parts, and bright colored lights, Lamb creates a fictional realm where sexual anxiety,identity, and altered sensorial perceptions are explored. In this space built by performance, intimacy, and light, Lamb explores strange relationships which transport the audience to a altered world, jarred open by uncommon games. We step in to quaint fragmented realities where we are welcomed to engage in lucid dreaming populated by colorful distortions. Anne Lamb graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2011, and is studying Media Deisgn at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. She has worked for artists such as Marilyn Minter, Tim Barber, and Ryan McGinley.
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