Lauren Marsolier, ‘Landscape With Tree And Lawn’, 2016, Galerie Richard

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 Arte Fuse and Collector Daily magazines.

Series: Dislocation Series

Signature: Artist's signature on the back of the photograph

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