Laura Larson is included with photographs from her recent series ‘City of Uncurable Women’. They are camouflaged in the suburban surroundings, seemingly awkward and resistant to their space. The artist confronts the supposed objectivity with photography and investigates feminist histories. Her skepticism and curiosity brings new questions to the relationships of women with their surroundings, both natural and societal.
Laura Larson’s work has been widely exhibited, including in shows at Art in General, Bronx Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has received numerous grants including the Ohio Arts Council and the New York Foundation of the Arts, also a fellow of residencies at MacDowell Colony, Santa Fe Art Institute and Ucross Foundation. Larson is based in Columbus and is a professor at Ohio University.