Effaced human forms.
There is a contemplative quality to the following images that relate to Gambis' rather introverted demeanor as a photographer; a quiet observer of her environment that feeds off of the deep, saturated hues to impose her point of view. Blues, blacks — recurring colors in Gambis' work (cf. blue-black) — are interrupted by a pop of color; what is seemingly muted due to the absence of content, is just as soon 'un-muted' by the density of that which 'stands in' as the subject.
Despite the darkness that envelopes these images, ambiguous in nature, there is a sense of immense pleasure experienced by the seeping-through of neons into the foreground.