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This image is from the Afterparty series, a series of images made in loft spaces in Brooklyn after huge parties and art events. Silberman revels in the lushness of what is left behind in these makeshift spaces that are true labors of love by their creators, and the little mysteries that they reveal.  There is a tension created between happiness and sadness: an elaborately decorated DJ booth, crushed empty cups strewn about the floor, and large, silent, black speakers amongst traces of a celebration, with no celebration to be seen.  It is the after and the in-between that interest her most and it is here that the conversation happens for her. Piece by Lauren Silberman
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About The Artist

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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