Mollie Vaughan is a photographic artist based in Bells Beach, Australia. Her works confront humanity’s disassociation with the natural world and are often used as a powerful tool to promote environmental awareness. It is through her experimental hybridisation of both analogue and digital photography that she creates uncanny perceptions of nature. Her photographs consider photography as a process that lies in the ever-expanding boundary between art and science, the real and the unreal. Her works then reveal a sense of identity in relation to environment, as she questions the fragility of humankind without the presence of nature.
The Surf Coast Art Space and the artists we represent, work on the the traditional lands of the Wadawurrung and Eastern Maar people. We acknowledge them as the Traditional Owners and Protectors of this place. We acknowledge their ancestors who cared for the land, rivers and sea – and all of its creatures – for thousands of generations. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future who continue on this path.