"Form & Function" by Chloe Rosser deals with the human condition and our increasing alienation from our own bodies. In these photographs, what should be intimately familiar is transformed into an unfamiliar sculpture.
Rosser challenges mainstream conceptions of body image through capturing a fluidity of gender and identity, embracing inclusivity every step of the way.
The book is a culmination of Rosser's work over the last five years.
Limited to: 500 copies
Photographs and book concept: Chloe Rosser www.chloerosser.co.uk
Essay: Laura Noble
Design: Claire Parsons-Brown
Size: 24 x 28 cm, Portrait
Length: 120 pages (approx)