Cecilia Sordi Campos
Photo Vogue Resident Growing up in the countryside in Brazil, I got hold of a camera for the first time at age nine after winning a contest at primary school. I took photos of everything and everyone. Unfortunately the rolls of film I went through were never developed. I still think of those never seen photographs. I am now a photographic artist and have been living in Australia for the past 16 years. My artistic practice is positioned in the field of socially-engaged art and expanded photography. My projects place value on ‘narratives of the self’ as resources for creating effective visual vocabularies to represent the complex psychological experiences of being-ness, womanhood and the female body; migration and identity.