Born in 1987, lives and works in Neuilly-en-Sancerre, France
Anne Houel makes matter of architecture, its history and its materials. Sensitive to the paradox of disappearance, she questions the field of construction, ruin and its future. She draws from the field of architecture a "material-memory" necessary to the implementation of her drawings, sculptures and installations. Often made of images or borrowed forms, her constructions materialize a work of memory. Like reminiscences that refuse to fade away, his works evoke "witness-souls" amplified by the second life.