Emily LaRoche

There's always tension between our private and our public presence. I explore where these intersect in everyday life. I am interested in the humor that comes from the interconnection and isolation between people as they move throughout their day, as well as the transcendent moments that arise in response to life and life only. I impose upon these instances capturing things that are usually passed unseen.

The way life changes can be tragic. Having our flaws be lovingly exposed shows the blessings and burdens of being alive. With my photos I expose the humor in being in the world and am drawn to human contact, empathy and humility of human beings in their respective quotidian lives.

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United States of America
Homestead
As quarantine went on I'm sure all of us felt an urge to find value in the simpler things in life, those things we would take for granted. I began to find value, both artistically and emotionally, in the simple life the my dog Jack lives every day. While every being has their trials and tribulations...
Germany
Waldenbuch
Blue chair figure study, from the series Alex and the blue chair, exploring body form and light in the interplay between a female model (Alex) and a shabby blue chair
Switzerland
Geneva
the substance brute project captures unrefined poetry in ordinary places and through daily objects do more with less conception of art
United Kingdom
Belfast
Reflecting upon a personal sense of identity within the Northern Irish landscape. Influenced by layers of historic conflict prominent within the region. The body of work 'Murmur' delves into the connection of migration and selfhood, looking at the subtle changing relationship within one's identity a...
Germany
Braunschweig
The Night Beauties are a series of photographs of the flora at the night time. Plants, trees and floral landscapes are the most challenging and my favourite night time subjects. Capturing the low light on the plants and flowers sometimes from the street light, a window or the moon, creates...

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