Kathleen Meier is a French artist who uses photographic medium. She learned photography in the artistic school École de Condé Nancy where she was graduated in 2014. Her work is about human psychology. She explores our subconscious and reveals how our experiences, culture, and education lead our feelings. She calls our imagination as we have a full part to play in her photographs. In 2015, Meier released her first book Hostilités Sourdes at ARP Editions.
Kathleen Meier – from the Huis Clos series, 2014-2017
The series confronts the viewers to suggestive confinement, wanting to know what happens in them when they are faced with a desperate situation? What do they feel when they have no longer a connection with the outside world? The disorientation and the contact loss with the outside put them into physical and mental isolation and can lead the spectators in a conscious or subconscious way to modify, perhaps to alter, their relationship with the external reality. This maze slowly conducts into mental illness.
Kathleen Meier – from the Hostilités Sourdes series, 2013-2014