Catherine & André Hug present since Octobre 29th, the young canadian photographer Kourtney Roy, famous for her displaced self-portraits. Enter as fiction is the second solo exhibition by Kourtney, whose self-portraits plunge us into an imaginary universe where remnants of the past merge with the contemporary performance of the artist. In each of her photographs, we find her, most often alone, or rather inscribed in a unique sensation which has little to do with the feeling of isolation, for it presupposes the presence of a memory.
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