New Story Behind the Art: Nobody Loved Laura

Nobody Loved Laura by Megan Marshall

‘Nobody Loved Laura’ is a photograph representing the lack of self control alongside hedonistic behavior that has the ability to give people a life of overwhelming circumstance. The richness of the colors in the composition mock the potential for gluttonous situations a person can so easily be put into. Megan Marshall’s inspiration for this photograph came from the director David Lynch because he looks at the world through his unique vision. He says eye-opening statements such as, “Sex is a doorway to something so powerful and mystical, but movies usually depict it in a completely flat way.” ‘Nobody Loved Laura’ depicts this by wanting the viewer to witness and question why there are beautiful things occupying a certain dark realm of existence. Are they beautiful because they are surrounded by foreboding or because they’re just so out of place? ‘Nobody Loved Laura’ is a reminder that everyone should treasure what they have while they have it, because losing that appreciation and possibly your own way can be much easier than one could ever realize.


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