This Friday 9 October will see the launch of a stunning new exhibition from photographer Lauren Crooke entitled ‘SEEN’, at Whitespace Studio Gallery in Fremantle.
Crooke is the owner of leading Perth-based boudoir photography studio, Crooked Images, and will feature images from her group “Nood Shoots”, taken across a host of WA’s beautiful landscapes over the past two years.
The photography series has involved over one hundred females or femmes of all shapes and sizes, in an effort to “enforce the message of body nurture and body positivity”.
The exhibition will also be seeking to raise money for a variety of nominated women’s charities, so far raising over $7000 for Zonta House, The National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women’s Association, and Warrawee Women’s Refuge.
While the exhibition will run from October 9-25 to the general public, there will be a special VIP launch night taking place on Thursday 8 October (more info here).
Via a post on her Instagram page, Crooke said: “I’m so bloody exited to finally show the NUDESCAPES (over 100 women getting nudie across stunning WA landscapes for our nominated women’s organisations) I’ve been working on for the past 2 years plus a collection of Crooked Images’ studio Boudie individuals accompanied by their intimate and powerful stories of their own personal journey with reclaiming and celebrating their body through Crooked Images. There will also be a video installation by the magnificent Emily @lifeatlasfilmco of our group nude shoots.”