Laura Berger (previously featured here) is a visual artist living and working in Chicago, Illinois. She received her BFA from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2002. Berger has shown her artwork both nationally and internationally, with exhibitions in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, and New Zealand.
Her existential explorations take place within minimalistic environments, populated by a cast of culturally diverse naked human bodies. These entities are often engaging in spiritually enriching activities, both together and alone, highlight the importance of our basic human connections and the time required to reflect and grow.
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Google Street View is pretty bizarre as is, but when it rolls in Miami and finds some naked women in the hood hanging out naked on her doorstep, Google Street View becomes another universe. Or everyday in Miami? We don’t really know. Its odd regardless. Why is she holding a gallon of water?
We are huge fans of the surreal and ultra-bizarre photography of Asger Carlsen, and it seems like 2011 has been a breakout year for the Danish, NYC-based photographer. A new series he did for S Magazine sees him placing breast on models backsides. Clever. Odd. Weird. Great.