Born 1984, Narbonne, France.
Elise Boularan grew up in the South of France and has a Masterís degree in Creation and Artistic Research from the University of Toulouse. She also studied photography at the Toulouse School of Photography. After finishing her academic research and studies, she moved to Paris. She currently lives between Carcassonne, Toulouse and Narbonne,, pursuing a career as a photographic artist.
She develops a photographic work turned to the story, realizing images loaded with ellipses and silences. This work does not shy away from the world, but intends to build an interpretation, where something deaf, undefinable is very present. Her preoccupations concern the human reality of our time, trying to reveal what can be secret at the individualís.
She has been published extensively and has exhibited in Europe and the USA, notably a solo show in New York in 2015. She has exhibited in Madrid, Denmark, and London, Australia as well as the French Institute of Ukraine, The Museum of New Art (Mona) and The Russell Industrial Center (Mona Detroit) in Detroit; the Instituto Cultural de México, San Antonio, Texas Hill Country, Usa. Her work is in several private collections.
Elise Boularan works also for international & national press and collaborates with musicians and other artists, making the universe of songs match perfectly with her poetical vision.
She's part of the creation studio Hans Lucas from Paris.