Born in 1984 - France
Enora Denis is a French artist born in 1984. She currently lives and works in Paris.
Her universe is composed of multiple supports, she practices collage, digital art, archiving of images, video and drawing as well.
A committed artist, her work has a feminist tinge, she seeks to denounce the invisibility of women in the game world, in the design of the video games and in their practice. In order to do that she takes the image of a Game Boy and she reproduce it and names it Game Girl.
In a broader way, she ponders about the problems related to the representation of the body in our contemporary society. For that she uses three main lines of research, starting by the staging of politics, the depiction of sexism and the scenography of ordinary objects.
It is a way for the artist to question our role as consumers and spectators in the media society.
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