Elizabeth Prouvost’s photographs make the bodies vibrate: they stream with shadows and recall scenes where women untie their hair. However, it is not the men of the lowlands but the Gods who order “You must look, look”. Elizabeth Prouvost does not pretend to reveal the mystery of the body even if she knows how to unbridle it, to push the limits and, at the same time, those of our eyes but in an allusive way so that the imagination can give itself to its interpretations. The photographer reconfigures morphologies: the woman seems open to joy as to pain, to torture...
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