(1994, Bordeaux, France)
© Émile-Samory Fofana
Having Moroccan and Algerian origins, her relationship with the arts started as a social strategy in the face of her fear of a career marred by precariousness. She attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux.
She lives and works in Marseille, and produces photographs, installations, music, performances, and videos using a certain ironic tone. She created the concept of Beurcore to highlight the culture of young people from the North African diaspora, to challenge the notion of national identity and to give a voice to the suburbs.
Inspired by urban popular culture, artworks such as Que la famille (2018), Le monde chico (2018) or Allô le bled (2019), deconstruct the representations of young Arabs in French society, stereotypes, and the notion of masculinity.