Kerlin Gallery announces the first solo exhibition by Samuel Laurence Cunnane. Created within the last seven months across various locations, including Portugal, Germany and Ireland, the photographs exhibited are part of an ongoing body of work dedicated to the idea of witnessing. Working with 35mm film, Laurence Cunnane aims to distil moments from the march of everyday life “into a montage rich with some of its complexities and beauty”. His photographs observe passing details with an immense sensitivity to the overlooked, even the banal. Though working within a documentarian tradition, Laurence Cunnane makes stylistic decisions that break with convention in their refusal to show all, choosing instead to hone in on precise details, stripped of all context. Concealing as much as they reveal, his photographs shift our gaze towards the minute, getting closer to the unnoticed

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