Kalliope Amorphous is a visual artist best known for her extensive work in self-portrait and experimental photography. A self-taught photographer, Amorphous creates her own alternative processes and methodologies using handmade and alternative lighting as well as experimenting with textiles, surfaces, mirrors, and in-camera distortion techniques. Much of Amorphous's work uses reflections, blur, mirrors, and multiple exposure to lead the viewer through the artist’s favorite themes — identity, mortality, time, and consciousness.
Amorphous continues to explore various forms of experimental and creative photography. In 2016, she began documenting the streets and people of New York City. One of very few female photographers working in the genre, Amorphous’s street photography reflects her unique approach to portraiture and process.
Kalliope has received worldwide recognition for her work in creative and conceptual photography. Her photographs have been widely published and exhibited throughout the United States and internationally. Her photographs are included in private collections worldwide including Spain, Romania, Germany, Holland, India, Russia, and the United States.
In addition to her work in photography, Kalliope is also a published poet and mixed media artist. She currently divides her time between Providence, Rhode Island and New York City.