Nelly-Ève Rajotte Koe, 2013. Photo : Nelly-Ève Rajotte

Nelly-Ève Rajotte explores the landscape as an environment that is both natural and cultural. She is interested in nature, non-places, and architectures with a dramatic sensibility similar to that emanating from her projection strategies. The images are doubled, superimposed, and blurred on the video track, as the elements and sites represented become more complex and unique. Upsetting and strangely physical soundtracks are added to the visuals, augmenting the reality composed by the artist. Landscape thus navigates from real to fiction, taking root in the spectator’s emotions.

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