Born in 1972 in Paris, lives and works in Marseille.
Alice Hamon develops a work on territory and borders, inspired as much by the maritime universe as by the transformations of urban space, preferring modest materials to question notions of place and time. By creating ephemeral in situ pieces, chalk performances - photography, drawing and video render this approach as a pictorial, nomadic and contextual experiment.
The work presented here is a poetic and graphic diversion combining several elements that play with colour and maritime codes as well as meaning and destination.
Cible-leurre, 2014 numbered and signed, 50 copies
Silk screen printing, 3 colours, Freelife velum 260 gr
50 x 65 cm