In the course of her artistic practice, Noémie Goudal has developed a poetic vocabulary of photography nourished by the ambiguity arising from the insertion of fabricated structures into the landscape. These architectural (stairways, domes, towers…) or cosmic (ellipsoids, spheres…) elements are placed in the open ocean, in an expanse of the desert, or in industrial spaces, and then are photographed.
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