Julie Coulon’s photographic and filmic work developed at the Beaux-Arts in Paris, where she acquired a certain attraction for the technique of image, in particular the print, which she produced herself.
Béatrice Celli’s sculptures, performances, texts and installations integrate humble and raw materials, artisanal know-how or neglected stories. The magical power of its symbols is embodied in a gesture ranging from spontaneity and impulsiveness, to care and ritual. His pieces are often imagined in groups, according to a scenographic, organic and immersive whole. By stimulating an anthropological perspective, his objects reveal an apotropaic, almost magical meaning, like contemporary cult objects freed from all religious dogmatism.
Born in 1993, Alice Goudon was trained at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris and at Le Fresnoy. She develops a sculptural artistic work where by the staging she creates narrative images. Her reflection turns to the body as an object subject to domination by questioning the relationship with the living. To date, her work has been shown at the Carreau du Temple, the Salon de la Photographie in St-Sulpice, the Palais des Beaux-arts in Paris, the Fresnoy in Tourcoing, as well as the Dusseldorf City Museum. Alice Goudon lives and works in Paris.
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