Honey Long (b.1993) and Prue Stent (b.1993) are multidisciplinary artists whose work is a commingling of photography, performance, installation and sculpture. Their practice centres on their conflicted relationship to femininity and its passive associations. Often their process is spontaneous and playful with the result being unexpected and accidental. Along with many shared interests and fascinations they have a perverse curiosity to interact with alluring materials and objects, incorporating them into costumes or disguises which distort and fragment the bodily form.
Honey Long and Prue Stent Salt Pool 2018
Archival pigment print 106 x 157cm. HRAG Collection, purchased the HRAG Trust Fund, with assistance from the Nance Kroker Bequest, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist and ARC ONE, Melbourne. © the artists