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Laura Vallés focuses her attention on these cracks that open up in contemporary society, leaving a space where on occasions there is only room for art. The study of the representation of landscape and its political use in the photographic language is the subject that occupies the most time in her recent investigations. Reading, writing, teaching and cultural production are the tools of her trade. She is currently combining her work as an editor at Editorial Concreta, with the development of her doctoral thesis in Britain.

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"A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world" (John Le Carré)