In her latest photography series, Estelle Lagarde juggles with the archetypes of fiction and representation, evoking theatre, cinema and literature and playing with our ambiguities, fears and instincts. Lagarde’s lighting is delicate and precise while the transparency is created by multiple exposure times. In her work, she continues to explore appearances and trompe-l’oeil illusions. Her photography is very openly staged, laced with humour and joyfully decrypts false appearances and the codes that govern our intimate or social history.
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