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Lam’s practice centres around the photographic concern of light and time, presence and absence; through prints and installation she explores the meaning of these large and broad notions in specific terms of place and identity. She is concerned with the abstractions in language, as well as forms of resistance and the politics of voice. 


Drawing on photographic images of personal and often political significance, such as the dawn and erased graffiti, she is deeply invested in producing forms that question the possibility to unravel and break down the language behind an image in order to reconfigure ways in which we produce and assimilate images.

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