Justine Salamin (1999) has just graduated from the HEAD – Genève as a Bachelor in Visual Arts. Her work questions the body and its representation in contemporary western society. Cosmetics, beauty standards, and medical and psychological approaches feed her research on the notion of corporality. She expresses herself through photography, sculpture and video. Wishing to broaden her artistic practice, Salamin began a Master’s degree at La Cambre – Brussels (Belgium).
Agence de tutorat artistique
An interview with collective Medium Sans Serif and a performed reading by Inès Berdugo
The history of artists is marked by two contradictory impulses: first, to free oneself from the judgement of institutionally approved personalities, and second, to overcome one’s own solitude. This double fantasy acts…