Haud Plaquette-Méline uses photographic images to verbalise her love of the body, her propensity for controversy, her exacerbated sensitivity. The clichés pass as quickly as they challenge, surprise, question. Photography remains a way for the artist to go beyond the everyday silence, to be liberated from the struggles and to reveal an unspeakable, in analogue, Polaroid or digital.
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