Last week, Theaterlab and French POV presented “Anatomy of Desire”, a site-specific installation where Laval transforms the space into fragments incorporating images from the project of the same name. The resulting effect is reminiscent of an augmented 3-D pixelated image where the viewer finds herself immersed into the fragmented landscape of the artist’s memory.
Click HERE for a full feature in Musée Magazine.
Untitled #18 from my new series Heterotopia is included in the upcoming exhibition “Radical Color”, curated by Jon Feinstein, Co-Founder and Curatorial Director of Humble Arts Foundation.
With the recent history of color photography as a reference point, this exhibition comprises works from a current generation of color photographers. While color pioneers like Shore may have used it as a means of achieving a purely descriptive truth, how does today’s post-digital, post-internet generation push its boundaries and use color with new intents? How are photographers using color-specific, digital tools to innovate, go beyond and reassess the idea of description?
Eclipse #1 is on view at Maison Particulière in the exhibition “Obsession”, which includes artworks by Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Hans Bellmer, Sophie Calle, Michaël Borremans, Francesco Clemente, Giorgio de Chirico, Marcel Broodthaers, Neo Rauch, Michal Rovner, Tal R and Sterling Ruby, among others.
Maison Particulière is a nonprofit organization set in a private residence, which was entirely renovated into the current art center in 2010 and presents temporary art exhibitions.
Cultured Magazine publishes a profile on me in their new issue, ahead of Art Basel Miami Beach.
In the feature Tracy Zwick writes about my latest project Heterotopia: “The new photographs evince a pop art sensibility, with landscapes abstracted, viewed from unusual angles and rendered in psychedelic hues. (…)There’s still something liquid in these landscapes. Laval expertly maintains continuity in her evolving aesthetic while simultaneously broadening it.”
My short film State of Flux #2, the second installment in a trilogy, was selected for the official competition of the International Film Festival ASVOFF 7. The film was premiere at Centre Pompidou during the Festival on November 22 and 23.
Click HERE to view the trailer.