Colette Pourroy scrambles the signals. Her photographs catch us by surprise. We find ourselves floating between reality and fiction, memories and dreams; constantly going back and forth between the past and the present. We enter a visual territory where references and influences cross paths, blend and nourish a personal, intimate, yet universal narration.
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