SECTION : DREAMT IMAGES
French photographer Sara Imloul (born in 1986), began her first series entitled Le Cirque Noir (the black circus) in 2008 using calotype (an early photographic technique by which prints are produced from a paper negative). Ever since, she has continued to experiment with different techniques to produce a dreamlike world. Imloul also uses video (T.R.E.S.E.D, 2013). Some of her work is more introspective and intimate (Das Schloss, 2014), and is inspired by interior design (Passage de l’Ombre aux Images, 2019). Imloul won the Prix Levallois 2019 and her work has been exhibited in France (Paris, Arles, Nantes and Saint-Tropez) and abroad (Madrid and Marrakech). In 2013, she published her first monograph ‘Négatifs’, followed by Das Schloss (The Castle), published by Éditions Filigranes in 2015.