Another Day on Earth (Pincushion) (2011)

Olivia Locher

How can something good be so bad? What you might initially think are candy sprinkles on the delicious dripping lolly turn out to be map-pins jabbed viciously into its surface. Olivia's photographs play with cravings and desires, attraction and repulsion. Her series Another Day on Earth considers a society driven by acquisition and consumption. It combines the visual language of advertising with a cheeky humour and darker, subtle violence.

Courtesy the artist and Steven Kasher Gallery

About the contributor(s) 

Olivia Locher is known for her sarcastic approach to studio photography with a heavy focus on color and concept. Her photographs are grounded in dreamlands and consciousness.