People in Process: Almudena Romero

Almudena Romero‘s visual arts practice researches across different media: photography; video; animation; sculpture; printmaking.  She is interested in how we understand and depict ourselves and how the visual arts are used in both processes, focusing on what she defines as the visual narratives of the self.  Her work combine early processes, including cyanotypes, salt prints, egg albumen prints as well as wet plate collodion tintypes and ambrotypes with new technologies such as 3D printing.

Almudena will be giving a presentation about her working processes at ‘People in Process – An Evening with the Artists’ on Thursday 17th March, tickets are still available here.

As part of Almudena’s residency at Scene, she will also be running a collaborative cyanotype workshop within the gallery on Saturday 19th March, spaces are limited so please book a space here.

Almudena Romero, 'Ben' -  Profile Pictures I.
Almudena Romero, ‘Ben’ – Profile Pictures I.