A particular series of images from that exhibition are relevant to this module on colour and its use in composition.
I quote here from a review by Jocelyn Phillips, who writes in Photomonitor (http://www.photomonitor.co.uk/2013/02/thomas-zanon-larcher-falling-a-part/):
"Four images in the show come from a wider group of sixteen, the initial idea for which was developed from Henrik Ibsern's 'A Doll's House' and in particular the controversial character of Nora, whose final actions in leaving her family were scandalous to the play's 19th century audiences."
|Nora, Law School, Oslo - August 2006|
|Nora, Train Station II, Oslo - August 2006|
|Nora, Diechmannske Library, Oslo - August 2006|
Thomas Zanon-Larcher is an interesting photographer who is also very much a story teller. I certainly need to learn more about his work. Just from the images above, I am taking away learning points in the use of colour as an accent and how basic design principles "make" an image.
Photographs obtained from http://www.anothermag.com/current/view/2453/Thomas_Zanon-Larcher_Falling_A_Part All are copyright Thomas Zanon-Larcher and have also been credited to the Wapping Project Bankside gallery.