Born in 1981 in Paris. Lives and works in London.
ENSP 2005 Joséphine Michel is currently completing an MPhil at the Royal College of Art. Her research project focuses on the impact of sound on photography and their mutual porosity, more specifically in terms of vibration, reverberation and tonality. She studied philosophy at the Sorbonne University and photography at the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles. In 2007, she published her first book / DVD: Lude, Filigranes Editions. Her work has been exhibited in France, Spain, the United Kingdom, and recent exhibitions include: New Knowledge, Royal College of Art, 2010; Fieldwork, Regency Town House, Brighton, 2011; Objectified, the Charlie Smith gallery, London, 2012. Her photographs have also been presented in various publications, including: Fario, 2007; Concertgebouw Brugge, 2011; Le Monde des Livres, 2011; Photomonitor, 2011.