Visual artist and photographer Anne-Mette Kelter Skovsgaard is based in West-Zealand in Denmark.

Anne-Mette is self-taught and uses both digital and analog cameras in her work and has had photography as her overall passion since childhood.

For the past five years Anne -Mette has worked as a full-time photographer.


What is a Liquid Dress?
Every Liquid Dress is a polaroid photo that has been transferred unto water colour paper and formed into the shape of a dress using the work method "Instant Emulsion Lift Transfer".

The INSTANT emulsion lift process is a 100% analogue process that requires a huge amount of concentration, craftsmanship and patience.

Every Liquid Dress is unique, just as a painting that can also never be reproduced.

All original liquid dresses are therefore signed and individually numbered.

Up to today the collection counts 207 unique Liquid Dresses.


Scanned and enlarged INSTANT photographs

An original polaroid-photo measures about 10.8 x 8.8mm.
In the series “Memories” and Memories of Light, Anne-Mette has scanned and enlarged some of her best work to measure 60x60 cm.

As INSTANT photography is an analog process, only one original exists of each art piece. When purchasing one of these framed enlargements, the original photo is included in the buy as a guarantee that only this one copy exists.


The cameras:
Anne-Mette works with refurbished Polaroid-cameras, (SX-70) and Fujifilm XT-2’s.


Competitions and public exposure

Anne-Mette often participates in international exhibitions. Most recently she had a portrait accepted at the Carlsberg Foundation Exhibition Portrait NOW! 2019 that showed at The Danish Museum of National History and at the Ljungberg Museum in Sweden.

In March 2020 Anne-Mette exhibited 4 Liquid Dresses at Van Der Plas Gallery in New York.

In 2021 the artpiece "To Be" will be donated to charity at the SAC Galla in Sacramento, USA

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