Superobjekt gallery presents Reflecting Home – A book launch and exhibition by photographer Laura Stamer.
The personal exhibition and story Reflecting Home by architectural photographer Laura Stamer, is now published in book format. Stamer’s Polaroid series from 2013 explores the area between home as framework for everyday life in her Copenhagen apartment, and home as an ever-present space for tactility, sensuality and playful ever-changing light, shadow and feel.
The photographs of Laura Stamer tell tales of life and time, and are at one and the same time images of her, all the rest us, of the filter-less everyday life, we all exist in. In her own words:
“With Reflecting Home I wish to tell the story of the significance of a place and a space that each of us are familiar with and inhabit. My way of interpreting space and domesticity is quiet and sensitive, and makes us reflect up our perception of reality. In a time where everything is noisy – it’s an art to spot and notice the silence.”
Through wonderful and low key compositions, Laura Stamer’s photographs are reflections of reality, recalling memories of stories from our own everyday live and its immediate beauty. The images are mysterious and poetic, and reflect an intimate relationship with the walls, doors, floors and ceilings of the apartment they portray – a relationship with the textures that frame or delimit a home.
These snapshots have now been collected in the book Reflecting Home, which was designed by A2/SW/HK and can be purchased alongside the photographs from the series, at Suberobjekt Gallery.
Laura Stamer, who in 2005 founded STAMERS KONTOR, is through her work with photography, very preoccupied with framing the relationship between human and physical space. Her portfolio spans across a wide variety of work from documentation of processes to photography of architecture, art exhibitions, interiors and portraits.
The project is supported by:
Grosserer L. F. Foghts Fond