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Laura Letinsky
* 1962 Winnipeg, Canada
lives and works in Chicago

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In the most recent series Ill Form and Void Full, Letinsky uses photographs in the construction of her tableaus alongside the previously employed repetoire of objects. Drawing from pictorial sources both high and low, she builds these works with bits extracted and reconfigured from a range that includes Martha Stewart, Living, Dwell, Good Housekeeping, Ikea and Roche Bobois catalogues, penny flyers, her work prints and found images. An amalgam of two and three dimensional objects placed within fields of nuanced tonal shifts that indicate, and frustrate spatial reading, these photographs further interrogate the genre of still-life as an expression and a revelation of “home.” Through Letinsky’s use of space, light, and color these familiar scenes and objects are here made uncanny in their photographic apprehension.
 


Untitled #28 (Ill Form and Void Full), 2011
Archival Pigment Print, Hahnemühle paper
89,8 x 114,4 cm (111,4 x 134,8 cm) / 35,4 x 45 inch (43,9 x 53,1 inch)