A visual attempt to index photographic images.
Aurélie Pétrel (born 1980 in Lyon, France)'s photographic practice questions the status of the image, its use and the mechanisms of its production. Rooted in duration, her research aims to bring the act of taking a shot back to the centre of multisensory thinking by means of spatial devices, combining a visual and conceptual approach in a programmatic series of scenarios.
Exhibited in France and overseas, her work is part of the collection of Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP), of FRAC Normandie Rouen and of FRAC Occitanie Montpellier.
A graduate of the École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon in 2006, Aurélie Pétrel continues her artistic activity while assuming her role as lecturer and in charge of the photography pool and at the HEAD
Geneva where she has worked since 2012. She is also co-director of the CIPGP - Collège International de Photographie du grand Paris since 2018.
Charlotte Schaer (born 1991) is a Swiss artist based in Geneva. Through sculpture, installation and publishing, she develops a practice in which space is conceived as a system. She uses the places she invests and the objects she designs as data. Her exhibitions are part of an approach aimed at creating a logical process, whose combinations induce a serial aesthetic.