Danish photographer Laura Stamer is known for her ability to reflect the significance of aerial architectural spaces. In her most recent photo-book, Domestic Scenes, Stamer’s fascination for interior views is further explored through images of various constructed spaces from different parts of the world.
Certain specific places; corners, floors, ceilings, windows, all recall memories and enlighten our senses to a situational past or idea. Each photo is observed with a sense of light that warms us, all the while reminiscent of the old. Images of the home reveal spatial perspectives in an attempt to tell a story of the familiar, while provoking a sense of melancholy through observation and reflection. Domestic Scenes opens with a poetic introduction, from Kasper Bonnén, which takes us through a journey of the familiar places that we recognize as, and call home.