» Building blocks of perception — the impressions, the subjective reality of the situation «

L-17

<p>L-17-001 | Eckernförde, Germany</p>

L-17-001 | Eckernförde, Germany

<p>L-17-002 | Zurich, Switzerland</p>

L-17-002 | Zurich, Switzerland

<p>L-17-003 | London, England</p>

L-17-003 | London, England

L-16

<p>L-16-001 | Eckernförde, Germany</p>

L-16-001 | Eckernförde, Germany

L-15

<p>L-15-003 | Sculpture Park Villa Panza, Varese, Italy</p>

L-15-003 | Sculpture Park Villa Panza, Varese, Italy

<p>L-15-002 | Office building Basler Insurance, Zurich, Switzerland</p>

L-15-002 | Office building Basler Insurance, Zurich, Switzerland

<p>L-15-001 | Pantheon, Rome, Italy</p>

L-15-001 | Pantheon, Rome, Italy

L-14

<p>L-14-004 | Alte Sihlpost, Zurich, Switzerland</p>

L-14-004 | Alte Sihlpost, Zurich, Switzerland

<p>L-14-003 | David Chipperfield — Sticks and Stones, an Intervention, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany</p>

L-14-003 | David Chipperfield — Sticks and Stones, an Intervention, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

<p>L-14-002 | Richtiareal, Wallisellen, Switzerland</p>

L-14-002 | Richtiareal, Wallisellen, Switzerland

<p>L-14-001 | Richtiareal, Wallisellen, Switzerland</p>

L-14-001 | Richtiareal, Wallisellen, Switzerland

L-13

<p>L-13-005 | feudal, Osteria N°1, Berlin, Germany</p>

L-13-005 | feudal, Osteria N°1, Berlin, Germany

<p>L-13-004 | Porto de Bares, Spain</p>

L-13-004 | Porto de Bares, Spain

<p>L-13-003 | Areal Giessen Meilen, Meilen, Switzerland</p>

L-13-003 | Areal Giessen Meilen, Meilen, Switzerland

<p>L-13-002 | Architectural firm Max Dudler Architekten, Zurich, Switzerland</p>

L-13-002 | Architectural firm Max Dudler Architekten, Zurich, Switzerland

<p>L-13-001 | Areal Giessen Meilen, Meilen, Switzerland</p>

L-13-001 | Areal Giessen Meilen, Meilen, Switzerland

L-08

<p>L-08-001 | West Bank</p>

L-08-001 | West Bank

Lausen works in the realm of abstract photography, and underpinning her work is the attempt to capture the subjective reality of situations and objects.

Lausen transforms the image into a medium for the exchange of realities. Her work shows scenes from her encounters; spontaneous snapshots.

The image is developed to bring together visual representation and sensory impression. Using a subtractive process, Lausen reveals and explores her personal experience of seeing and observing.

Lausen focuses on the architecture of the motif. By concentrating on an object’s structure and contours, she gives expression to its force and urgency.

The main aspects of Lausen’s work reflect how she seeks to make the invisible visible and the visible transparent. Black and white in her photography creates distance and generates space; contrast creates abstraction, and gives clarity. The interplay and tension between light and dark produces intensity.