Audrey Salmon was born in 1977 in Lyon, France. After graduating from Lyon’s High Institute of Arts with a Master Degree in Graphic Design 2001, she has been engaged in her artistic production, which uses both graphic design and photography as a medium of expression.You need to upgrade your Flash Player.
In 2007, Audrey Salmon participated to Italian designer-stationery brand Moleskine’s competition for young artists, where she won the third prize. This resulted in Audrey’s participation to « Invitation au Voyage », an itinerant exhibition which brought her work to a number of Asian cities, including Hong Kong, Singapore and Taipei.
Since 2005 Audrey Salmon lives and works in Beijing. Her coming to China was a mind-boggling urban experience, as her ‘European’ vision of the city was shattered and replaced by a new kind of architectural landscape. This was the source of inspiration behind her most recent work, which sees the urban landscape as an entity in perpetual mutation. People experience a feeling of constant displacement, as ‘you almost never know where you are, just because from a day to another everything has changed’. Photography itself poses limits to the ability to catch that urban intensity; this exhibition, therefore, aims to recompose, and translate into images, the fragments of this strange and fascinating Universe.
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