RCA SHOW 2012

Joséphine Michel, MPhil

Visual Communication


Untitled (from the Halfway to White series)

Lambda print

60 x 80 cm


The photographs that comprisetouch upon the ambivalence, thickness and spectrality that white can embody or convey, through interferences, micro-textures and loss of coordinates. White is the matrix for an investigation of the variability of presence. White can be emergence, germination; it has also the potential to blind, to be an alert signal, to give forms to altered states of perception. White is essentially unsolved.



+33 661984418

josephine.michel@network.rca.ac.uk

www.josephinemichel.com


CV

Degrees

MA, Photography, École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Arles, France, 2005; DEUG, Philosophy, Université Paris–Sorbonne, France, 2001

Experience

Visiting lecturer, Royal College of Art, 2012; Freelance photographer, 2005 to present

Exhibitions

Halfway to White, Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, 2012; Objectified, Charlie Smith Gallery, London, 2012; Fieldwork, Regency Town House, Brighton, 2011; New Knowledge, Royal College of Art, 2010