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Chloé Milos Azzopardi
Non Technological Devices

1 - 31 March 2024

Sofi's Lounge, Level 1, Sofitel Melbourne On Collins

Chloé Milos Azzopardi

Non Technological Devices

Part of Photo2024

Using fiction and play, Chloé Milos Azzopardi seeks ways of imagining augmented lives, creating organic cyborgs whose aim would be to inscribe the body differently in the environment.

How can we show an alternative future in the face of our dreams of a hyper-artificialised and technologised world?

Non Technological Devices are composite tools made from gleaned natural elements, assembled to mimic the technological devices that populate our daily lives. Somewhere between rudimentary objects and science-

fiction creations, these objects create a fictional universe that functions as a mirror held up to our fantasies of the future.

Born France, 1994, Chloe Milos Azzopardi was recently awarded the prize "New Writings of Environmental Photography" at La Gacilly Festival, the Lucie Foundation's Emerging Artist grant and was resident at Villa Perochon.

Her work has been published in magazines such as the NY Times, British Journal of Photography

Click here for a copy of the Exhibition Room Brochure
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