Noemie Goudal’s challenges on reality and perception

Goudal is a French artist that graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 and has since been an artist based in London and Paris. The artist went through a relatively complex process of creating this black and white series in which she found intriguing concrete structures that have ties to standard normalities of everyday life and took photographs of them. She then cut out and mounted them onto another real yet surreal-feeling background. Thus she took two real images and put them together to look like a real scene that most will quickly realize is not actual. Noemie Goudal places these often-overlooked structures in a position to hold monument-like meaning. The theme of exploring the reality of fake images and the forgery of what appears to be real is resonant throughout the artist’s work in other photo manipulations as well as installation works. See Goudal’s art below!

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie goudal digital manipulation photography art

noemie gallery installation art

noemie gallery installation art

See more of Noemie’s work on the artist’s website!

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