Born 1972 in Montreal and moved to Paris in 1990. She studied sculpture and multimedia at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris with Tony Brown and Jean-Luc Vilmouth.
Lives and works in Paris. Her work combines photography, video, and performance, in which she deconstructs the concept of nude and self portrait. She achieves this through fragmentation, parody, and seduction: a process of locating an image within an absence of identity.
Her work has been exhibited in Europe, Asia, and North America.
This exhibition will introduce the ‘PHOTOMATON’ series, nude photos taken in an ID photo booth.
KEN NAKAHASHI will hold her solo exhibit in summer 2017, curated by Ken Nakahashi and Stephen Serrazin, a professor of film and media art, a critic, and a curator, working in Tokyo and Paris.