Dream-work, Diana Nemiroff

Jocelyne Alloucherie is one of those rare artists who, while fully aware of artistic trends, has developed a singular vision that speaks to us by tapping into some of our deepest and most ancient – in the sense of belonging to the primitive and affective parts of the brain – sense of place. Like Proust’s madeleine, the little cake that provokes a torrent of memories and associations in the mind of the central character of his Remembrance of Things Past, her works combine the most insignificant material triggers with a sophisticated understanding of what to say and what to leave unspoken. That is to say, since hers is a visual and tactile language, she reveals and conceals with theatrical precision, offering, through her carefully situated images, provocative glimpses of places long forgotten or never even imagined.

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