Always behind the camera, Annie explores and projects her inner self onto others.
While at Struts & Faucet she will attempt to connect with her machine and herself by turning the lens around exposing her own vulnerability and exploring the artist’s physical presence in the work.
Annie France Noël is an artist and a photographer from Caraquet (NB). She studied analog photography at the Université de Moncton.
Visceral in nature, Annie’s work explores themes of vulnerability and isolation. She is also interested in dynamics surrounding the creation and consumption of images in a digital era as well as the emotionality associated to the photographic object.
She has exhibited in a number of venues such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery (2015) following a residency in Finland. Annie France is an active member of the cultural community of Moncton and sits on the board of directors of the FICFA and of CARFAC. She is currently co-director of Galerie Sans Nom.
Ease on Down the Road is an invitational residency for emerging media artists.