In May of 2020, Silberman set out to photograph a shuttered nightclub in her neighborhood that seemed to be a symbol of the isolation caused by lockdown: a dancefloor covered in plants, where people dancing would normally be seen. A few months later, with no end of the pandemic in sight, she began to photograph other bars and nightclubs that had continued to remain closed. These images of empty and closed-off spaces tap into the presence of emptiness and the void of spontaneity caused by the pandemic. In New York City, there is usually chance and possibility around every corner, and bars and nightclubs are one of the types of public spaces that provide that. Stacks of bar stools, empty dance floors, and taped-off tables were all testaments to that surreal time, all laid bare in the absence of people.   Piece by Lauren Silberman
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Lauren Silberman is a photographic artist based in New York City. Through images and text, the evidence of beauty in disorder is present throughout much of her work. Images of the aftermath of raucous secret gatherings, portraits of life in unlikely places and images of everyday objects out of context bear unexpected messages, whether they be melancholy, joyful or sinister. It is the after and the in-between that interest her most and these notions of the everyday where she searches for meaning.

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