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La Cour : Anaïs Boudot : Part I : Day by Day / Landscape Windows / Cracks


Coming to be a resident this fall-winter, as part of the “Young Audience and Creation”  supported by Drac Normandie and AM Art Films, Anaïs Boudot led a workshop for students from the Bellême school for 4 months and completed several new creative projects.

She benefited from a presentation in 2 parts with 2 exhibitions and an in situ commission.

Jour le Jour, 2019–2024
This long-term series is a photographic diary made from daily pictures taken with a phone that the photographer began in 2019 and continued this winter in Perche.

Fenêtres paysages, 2024-en cours
Anaïs Boudot never stops experiencing. As an extension of Jour le Jour on the one hand and inspired by the order for the renovation of the stained glass windows of the small 19th century folly hidden under the large trees of La cour on the other hand, she tackled the Percheron windows and doors .

Fêlures, 2015
This medium format black and white photographic series is imbued with a sensitivity that is ideally close to Jour le jour.


Born in Metz in 1984, Anaïs Boudot graduated from the National School of Photography in 2010, and from the Fresnoy studio in 2013. She has been represented by Galerie Binome since the exhibition “Mouvements de Terrain” at which she participated alongside Michel Le Belhomme. She was a member of the Casa de Velazquez in Madrid in 2017. Anaïs Boudot pursues work around the processes of appearance of the image and the exploration of photographic techniques. Through constant back and forth between film and digital, emphasizing or diminishing the border that distinguishes them, she seeks to question the means that make this medium specific. In photography, but also through installations and video, she creates hybrid images, enigmatic and hypnotic, outside of time and as close as possible to feeling. The landscape and light are at the heart of her concerns. Experienced as mental spaces, in the domain of remembrance, the boundaries between space and temporality are porous. Based on the concepts of presence/absence, disturbance of perception, the border of the visible, her approach voluntarily engages in these interstices created between time and movements.


Anaïs Boudot

Volet I : Jour le Jour / Fenêtres paysages / Fêlures
March 9 / June 2, 2024
Opening reception on Saturday March 9 from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
La Cour
23 rue Boucicaut
61130 Bellême

Volet II : Les oubliées
As part of the Champ des Impossibles .05, Art and heritage trail in Perche
April 27 – June 2, 2024

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