Florence Paradeis preoccupies herself with the mise en scène of everyday life. She creates what would resemble scenes of the end of the 20th century. The banality of the selected scenes starts the description of multitudes of similar situations that each one of us lived or believes to have lived.
The interest of the work of Florence Paradeis undoubtedly lies in the deliberate choice, as subject of its photographical work, of an environment, characters and an “average” humanity. The relevance of these photographs also comes from the mode of realization. In fact thought, prepared and precise mises en scène do not necessarily exclude the random.
Exhibition in parallel: Shirin Neshat