Noémie Goudal graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 with an MA in Photography. She is an artist whose visual practice involves the construction of ambitiously staged, illusionistic installations within the landscape, documented using film, photography and performances. Goudal’s interventions are under pinned by rigorous research examining the intersection of ecology and anthropology, interrogating the limitations of theoretical conceptions of the natural world. Goudal's latest work unravels an artistic dialogue with the field of paleoclimatology, analysing climate and geology from the vantage point of "deep time" to acquire an understanding of our planet's trajectory. Goudal's work creates an intellectual bridge between our experience of "real time" and deep time, measured in millions of years, exposing the geographies of the earth as we know them to be mere momentary states in a cycle of continuous flux.
Photo : © Alexandre Guirkinger