Vera Lutter forges a peculiar acquiescence to the world that escapes one’s grasp and must be clarified. Using the negative and camera obscura, through an effect of distancing, the artist pierces the skin of reality by creating a nocturnal poetics.
The photographer generates a new kind of nudity which she gathers and disperses as astonishing narrative dust. Often monumental in size, her photographs undergo extremely long exposures (sometimes several days).
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