Chloé Milos Azzopardi
Chloé Milos Azzopardi (b. 1994) is a French photographer and artist. Based on their personal experience, they are interested in the relationships between human and non-human beings, trying to get out of a prism of utility or servitude. Their research focuses on the representation of mental health and the construction of post-capitalocene imaginaries. They were recently winner of the Milk x Fisheye competition and finalist for the Palm* Photo Prize. Their work has been shown in Europe and China.
“Forms they inhabit in time of crisis is a series which draws on the crises of dissociation and depersonalisation that I have been experiencing for the past twenty years. These are disorders that affect a person’s ability to form a constant “self”, they manifest themselves, by blanks or by loss of sensations. During these crises I could sometimes barely recognise my name or my face. I learned to deal with depersonalisation by intensely observing my environment, by projecting myself into the sensations of other living things, be they plants, stones or animals. Losing some sense of individuality – where my body begins and ends – also led to a struggle to understand the boundaries of my environment. […] I envision these photographs as an ecosystem in which metamorphosis is possible; an environment in which I seek to know what the notions of individuality, plurality and otherness can mean when the limits of bodies are challenged.” – Chloé Milos Azzopardi, 2021
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