In her artistic approach, Gaëlle Abravanel explores the range of possibilities of the image through experiments reminiscent of Pictorialism, only she uses decidedly modern tools like telephones and computer screens. In her attempts to free herself from the “too real” quality of images, she develops a visual research echoing sensory memory. Her photographs provide a glimpse into a dream world imbued with poetry, becoming screens onto which we project our own memories.
Gaëlle Abravanel was born in France in 1968. She lives and works in Paris.