effects and beams of light that give a second level to each of these pictures. She has slightly dampened her strong colors; Las Vegas still plays a part, but only in the background. Her photographs are once more analog, and again, she has decided against any kind of post-production, capturing the light effects, colorfulness and everything else directly with the camera.

“Deaf,” the title Lehmann-Brauns has given her book, refers to the melancholy and loneliness saturating it. It also touches on the hermitry and withdrawal from the world expressed within the work. On the other hand, a person missing one sense is that much more attentive when it comes to the others; whoever cannot hear sees the details – and finds the entire rainbow within a wet stretch of concrete.

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