The art of Laurent La Gamba is all about becoming a chameleon in daily life environments. He’s tried to become invisible at supermarkets, on the streets, and other places.
Also see: “The Chameleon.”
Notes about La Gamba (from bio):
La Gamba’s work is based on this utilization of the urban space as a reflection on the self and explores through identification processes the chromatic response of the human body to the urban environment. He is known for his public supermarket camouflage photographs (Pet food, 2002) and for his peculiar use of consumer appliance objects extracted from their original environment and camouflaged into a natural setting (Open fridge, 2002). He carried out several works-in-progress based on audiovisual performances conducted under the action of camera circling (Full open fridges, 2003).
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