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Born in 1989, Mahault Lavoine graduated from the Ecole supérieur d’Art et de Design in Valenciennes in 2015. Through a multidisciplinary practice, she explores the limits of landscape and its representation. She is particularly interested in migration, which she has questioned through various projects, including D’un monde à l’autre (2013) and 407 camps (2015). This project was exhibited in 2016, during “Coding and decoding borders”- a group show organized by antiAtlas of borders. In 2019, she won 9th place in a festival with her recent photographic project Missing migrants. In December 2019, she has exhibited her work at le Bleu du ciel, a photography center located in Lyon, France.