French artist, Lauren Marsolier, has for the past 7 years been working on a series of photographs called Transition, which are large-format prints part-montage and part digitally-altered. They communicate a constant sense of ambiguity, and the viewer is somewhat unsettled and wonders
what is real and what is fictional. The skies are flattened out, everything is smooth and desolate, and shapes and textures take the place of people. Lauren Marsolier moved from Paris to L.A in 2009.