ADELE THROUGH THE EYES OF LOUISE
Adèle Levy is a young graphic artist designer. She is passionate about publishing and traveling, has a lot of ambition and two big projects on her plate. One is creating an ephemeral cultural center in Berlin : “Le Lieux Dit” and the second a publishing house: “Mute Twelve”, that creates notebook and books, connected exclusively by hand.
Louise Ernandez is a photographer born in Toulouse, south of France who graduated of “l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des arts décoratifs” (2015). After 10 years of self-taught practice for film photography, she has also developed the skills of its visual language videography; which consists of natural lights and seeking the boundary between reality and abstraction. Nowadays she works in a audiovisual production company “ Eddy” as a film-maker. She continues to develop personal photography and a documentaries.
Adele – I don’t know if we can use the term “weird” but if there is something weird about me it’s definitely my imagination.
Louise – I look all the time videos of factories manufacturing food or object … like how it’s made frozen pizza or candy gelatin.
Adele – 10! I used to repatriate people from the Berghain to come to my party in Berlin. “Just an example”.
Louise – 08. I only need a little bassline (of course a good one) to wake my sheitan up and then, i can’t control it for a long time.