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Lauren E. Simonutti at Catherine Edelman Galler

Posted By Administration, Friday, February 19, 2010
Updated: Thursday, December 19, 2013
DATE: February 19, 2010

Lauren E. Simonutti's black-and-white images depict meticulously staged representations of life as she experiences it, starring herself as the main character.


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Lauren E. Simonutti, A, is where is all began, 2007,
Courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago
 
In 2006, the Baltimore-based artist was diagnosed with rapid-cycling bipolar and schizoaffective disorder and since then she has lived alone, in "self-imposed isolation," taking photographs in a house where none of the clocks tell time correctly––a house that is, for Simonutti, a haven, a stage set, a performer, and a collaborator.

Using sheets to create drapes, walls, and screens, she turns a single small corner of her home into theatrical sets and Surrealist tableaux.

Read the complete review in Artforum.


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