This Artist Uses Neon & Double Exposure To Create Electrifying Portraits

Carly Siciliano is a photographer and visual artist from San Francisco. Currently living in Melbourne, Australia, the young artist uses 35 mm film to create particularly striking images.

As a self-described lover of the desert and ethereal, nervous portraiture, she uses double exposures and neon to construct intriguing portraits of women.

The lovely faces of her models are superimposed with bright lights and illuminated signs, adding several layers of meaning. The double images enter into dialogue with one another, echoing each other and leaving the viewer free to interpret as they like.

Siciliano's work is a visual night time walk through the heart of the city, presenting female strength with subtlety and poetry.

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You can explore Carly Siciliano's work on her website and on Instagram.

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