Borderlands is the new exhibition at the Tricycle Gallery displaying 2007 Royal Acadamy of Art graduate Suzanne Moxhay's first solo show.
Her art is a collection of images that distort photographic imagery whilst attempting to be as real as possible.
Influenced by western, sci-fi and horror cinema, the 32-year-old says she fuses the reality of photography with the illusion of the staged or theatrical.
Using a process of rephotographing collected imagery, the 'borderland' refers equally to the physical boundaries of an external landscape and to an uncertain psychological state internally.
The images are derived from an extensive archive of pictures, mainly from the 1950s to 1970s.
Suzanne, an award-winning artist, says: "Through a restless reprocessing of found imagery, I create idealised yet dystopian environments that become detached from the photographic."
She adds: "I find parallels between the world of the National Geographic Magazine and other such publications, and the fictionalised worlds depicted in film."
The exhibition is part of the Tricycle Recent Graduates 2008 programme which gives young artists the opportunity to gain exposure by displaying their art in a professional setting.
Borderlands, which opened on July 21, has been extended until Saturday August 23 due to popular demand.
Visitors can view Suzanne's work for free at the Tricycle Gallery in Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, between 10am and 10pm Monday to Saturdays and 3pm to 9pm on Sundays.
For more information call 020 7372 6611 or visit www.tricycle.co.uk .