Sara Cucè is a London-based photographer, and a BA graduate from London Metropolitan University, London.
Her work explores questions of identity, representation, perception, memory, and the environment; it unravels identity and subjectivity as something that is never complete, but always in process, and invariably formed from within.
‘This body is no one's home’ is an ongoing series of analogue images about the sense of not belonging. This work is the result of reflections about the disappearing of a personal self and the influence of the oriental concept that conceives the human body as a home and a temple.
The images are the result of in-camera double exposures, shot using a film camera and black and white film, then personally developed and printed in darkroom by the artist.