Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line I | Yellowtrace
Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line I, 2014.
Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line II | Yellowtrace
Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line II, 2014.

Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line III | Yellowtrace
Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line III, 2014.

 

It’s been more than six years since I first fell in love with the work of French artist , and I am still just as blown away by this young ladies work, like I was when I first discovered her. Goudal is a graduate, with an MA in Photography, living and working between Paris and London. Her practice is an investigation into photographs and films as “dialectical images”. In other words, Goudal investigates the intersection of close proximities of truth and fiction, real and imagined, offering new perspectives into the photographic canvas.

Her series titled is difficult to make out at first sight (or at second, or even third). The images have an almost dream like quality – at first they look perfectly real, but feel slightly odd and surreal – just like being a dream. Extreme love.

 

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Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line IV | Yellowtrace
Noemi Goudal, In Search of The First Line IV, 2014.

 


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