Recently described as an “abstract painter of figurative mood,” Katy Moran enlists a wide scope of mark-making to conjure different atmospheres in each painting, every chosen surface being readymade.
Have you ever been scared of forgetting, not remembering passed moments, lived moments?
Audrey, 24 year old French photographer, used this fear of nothingness to capture her reality, and to always keep traces of what has been. This young student in communications at the University of Sorbonne in Paris made photography her true passion for the past six years now. Audrey always had the soul of an artist, and always had a particular taste for writing. She felt that pictures were more accessible and more adapted to what she wanted to express. The will to take pictures was born from a kind of fear of losing her memory, of forgetting. This young artist goes along her inspiration according to the vibes she captures in specific locations. By taking these pictures of life instances, she wants to keep traces of what has been.
She publishes new works on her Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr and Flickr.