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Pauline Zenk works with a database of found, researched images from personal and collective archives. In her artistic work, she explores how historical and memorial constructs acquire meaning for the present and how narratives and forms of memory are influenced by politics, media and image production, integrating a collective visual memory, that shapes and legitimizes communities and identities.


She has exhibited at the Regional Museum of Contemporary Art in Serignan, at Lieu Commun (Toulouse), at the Ventana Gallery (Sao Paulo) and at the Neurotitan Gallery (Berlin). She is represented by the Galerie Le Confort des Étranges in Toulouse.

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