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images of nature suspended within abandoned sites by noemie goudal
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sep 10, 2012
images of nature suspended within abandoned sites by noemie goudal


‘trail’, by noémie goudal, 2012
lambda print
168 x 205 cm

noémie goudal: haven her body was
edel assanti
, london, england
on september 13th until the 14th of october, 2012

paris-born and london-based artist noémie goudal has just released a new installment to her series ‘haven her body was’. the artist’s photographic
exploration investigates the relationship humans have with abandoned spaces, hidden landscapes and both natural and man-made shelters.
congruous with goudal’s earlier pieces, this new collection of images beacons the viewer into her nostalgic, imaginative world constructed from
site-specific mixed-media installations for ‘haven her body was’. the serene and remote natural scenes featured in each large-scale
display are exhibited within discarded industrial settings, then photographed as an alternative or ‘make-believe’ landscape. goudal’s initial
printed visual portraying shelters in each frame are showcased within equally lonely surroundings, developing an art environment existing
in its own right.


‘observatory’, 2012
c-type print
80 x 100 cm


‘creus’, 2012
c-type print
168 x 205 cm


‘reservoir’, 2012
c-type print
168 x 205 cm


‘iceberg’, 2012
c-type print
168 x 206 cm

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