Kathleen Meier is a french photographer based in Nancy.
She is graduated to the artistic school Ecoles de Condé with a special mention from the jury for her work on the narrative potential in fine art photography.
Her photographs are psychological. Through her subjects she reaches our mental activity, brings out our feelings, forces us to face our fears and desires. She appeals our imagination so that everyone have a full part to play in her work.
In 2015, she releases her first book 'Hostilités sourdes' at APR2 Publishing.
About Huis ClosThe series Huis clos confronts us to a
suggestive confinement. What happens in us when we are faced into a desperate situation
? What does we feel when we have no longer a connection with the outside world ? The disorientation and the contact loss with the outside put us into a physical and mental isolation and can lead us in a conscious or subconscious way to modify, perhaps to alter,
our relationship with the external reality. This maze slowly conduct us into a mental illness.