Pauline Rossignol is an international artist working across disciplines with narrative based on autobiographical event. her work is a quest for identity, based on critical self-reflection, exploring the relationship between the mind, the body and the flesh, through the perspective of memory and archiving. Often questioning the memory, the relationship between the mind and the body and our relationship to the body and the flesh. Strongly related her own experiences her projects formalized through installations, prints and videos creating her own poetic atmosphere and inviting the audience.
She plays with the identification and the experiences that one might have had to connect to her work. The work is always related to either a temporal or a bodily context.
Her most recent work celebrates the richness of family narrative and storytelling playing with the subjectivity of memory and the idea of truth or fact.