Across Europe one finds buildings that lie unfinished, some are skeletal in form and purpose. These concrete forms represent a stage in the architectural process that, in their case, may never be completed. Frames with nothing to support languish in their abandonment. Here we see architecture paused; construction has ceased and we are left with the bones of buildings in stasis.
Born 1990 in Cambridge, U.K. Studied Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport. Laughlin’s work has been exhibited in various group and solo exhibitions in the U.K, Europe and North America, as well as being published internationally in books and magazines. His current practice deals primarily with architecture, using it to engage with wider ideas that are often latently expressed in the structures we build.