For the Self-Portrait series, Jun Ahn photographs herself at dizzying heights, perched hundreds of metres above the void on window ledges, at the top of skyscrapers and stairwells. Not a trick of the eye, these self-portraits provoke ambiguous feelings, from fascination to rejection. By exploring the perception of space in large cities, this series also touches on the limits self-presentation on social networks.
Scenography: Displayed in a room of the Hôtel des Trois Couronnes, the exhibition is completed by an installation playing on the feeling of vertigo generated by these images. Produced by Images Vevey and Christophe Guye Galerie Original scenography by Images Vevey in association with the artist With the support of the Hôtel des Trois Couronnes