Laurence creates installations in social, geographical and historical contexts, highlighting the relationship between individuals and their environment.
She also creates ambitious community engaged projects which often take the shape of a public consultation involving art making as a way to create a sense of place and identity.
Her work investigates emotional responses to the notions of time, origin and places where the link between human and land becomes an opportunity to retrieve a sense of well being. The work often conveys a sense of displacement which is transformed into new possibilities; she undertakes challenges which often push the limits of feasibility, made possible through collaboration with local communities and other artists.
Laurence is currently undertaking a practice based research on Art, traditional skills, environment and social innovation through the various residencies she takes.