On display right now at the Bonni Benrubi in New York, the French photographer Karine Laval continues her exploration of the elements. As in her previous series The Pool and Poolscapes, the focus here is water, water that is red like fire, an allusion to another element making its first appearance in her work. In the depths of this strange fluid we discern the movements of an androgynous dancer and a metallic film, Mylar, whose oscillations create reflections, distortions and enigmatic compositions.
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