Through an artistic photographic style focusing on the spaces she encounters and those she recreates in a studio, Laura Bonnefous offers us with a photographic, sculpture-like practice. Stimulated by the relationship that humans have with the spaces and shapes that form our contemporary landscape, she is inspired by the things that surround us to create her own more personal and metaphorical spaces.
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