Isolated Island presents a selection of photographs by fine arts photographer Lorraine Ning. Ning explores the meaning and interpretation of loneliness, which she tries to present through her work. Ning’s visual language shows how loneliness looks and feels. She draws this emotional energy from her own personal experience and applies it to her art. The purpose of this exhibition is to encourage all those who feel lonely to face these negative emotions bravely. Ning believes her work can inspire the viewer's self-understanding and to find purpose in momentary suffering.
Lonely is an abstract and personal concept that is a challenge to interpret visually. The photographs selected by Ning are imbued with strong emotions. Ning wants viewers to be drawn into the image and to both understand and feel these emotions.