Dimitra Lazaridou is a Greek born artist who photographs deserted streets, buildings and parks at night in the city of Athens. She uses a large-format view camera, long exposures and color transparency film. Her images are scanned into a computer and output as 48 x 60 color lamda prints -- digitally exposed pictures on photographic paper -- which are then flush mounted onto aluminum panels and attached to the wall without mats or frames.
Lazaridous photographs make no pretense of detached objectivity. Her work has a haunting, emotional subjectivity; although intensely personal they are not sentimental.