Created from multiple photographs, each composition is shaped slowly, through trial and error. This approach allows her to represent the world as a mental experience. Between virtual and physical reality, collector William M. Hunt coined this new word to define her works: e-scapes.
Reproduction of this artwork in Collector Daily magazine.
Series: Dislocation Series
Signature: On the back of the canvas
Image rights: Lauren Marsolier
Dislocation, Galerie Richard, New York(2016)
Collector Daily: Lauren Marsolier, Dislocation @Galerie Richard by Loring Knoblauch, October 31, 2016
Arte City: 'Manicure for the Post-Apocalypse' Lauren Marsolier Dislocation, by Michael Anthony Farley, October 10, 2016
Artillery: Lauren Marsolier, Rachelle Bussières by Cheng DeWitt, September 6, 2016
SF Weekly: Culture Depopulation Agenda by Jonathan Curiel, August 10, 2016
Arte Fuse: 'Dislocation can be a great thing' by Oscar Laluyan, 2016
Artforum: Lauren Marsolier by Kim Beil, 2016
Direct from the artist's studio
About Lauren Marsolier
French, b. 1972, Paris, France, based in Los Angeles, CA, United States