‘Lisa Wassmann's photos fascinate me and her series, 'Stand Still' is a good example of what I'm talking about. When first look at her images you may be dismissive, think there's nothing to them, they're snaps, so what, who cares. And you'd be right. In a way. They are snaps, they are autobiographical, they are images of her daily encounters over a period of years; people, friends, strangers, landscapes, colours. The everyday moments we all experience. And that is the point.
Wassmann manages, through her camera, to capture the beauty and complexity of the everyday in an exquisite way. Look carefully. Look at the composition, the light, the forms created, the negative and the positive spaces. This is what separates her photography from mine, perhaps yours. It is the juxtaposition of artifice and natural, real and unreal, a transitory moment captured with foresight and forethought.’
( Moray )