Lida Moser • New York Times

Monday, 8 September 2014

“[Laura] Larson started out as a film student. Conventional film presumes a narrative; the medium is about time. When Larson switched to still photography, she brought her narrative interests with her. . . . We peek through a doorway and see an upturned chair, uncollected mail accumulating on the floor inside an apartment, the hint of stilled flesh in a bathroom mirror, blood spattered on the wall.” Susan Silas • Hyperallergic

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