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This hashtag represents Jennifer’s way to appropriate all the imagery she collects from the Internet or that she photographs. With her pink tones, she is marking her territory.
The name of the hashtag is playing with the Apple slogan ‘Think Different’.
The first thing that shocked the artist when she arrived in Tel Aviv when she was seven years old was the wild vegetation of Tel Aviv like the palm trees she saw everywhere by the sea which contrasted the Parisian suburban landscape that she knew. In Tel Aviv, green spaces felt as relevant as architectural blocks. The name of the hashtag is a reference to the phrase Map and Territory by Michael Houellebecq.
The artist feels that you can never escape where you come from. The hashtag plays with the song Charlotte Forever by Serge Gainsbourg.
This phrase is from Madame Bovary by the French writer Gustave Flaubert. This hashtag explores the permanent state of doubt that the artist finds herself in.
The artist finds meaning in the Bauhaus movement, especially its use of the three primary colors.
She constantly searches for their association in her everyday environment to then capture them in her photography.
WIFI is the technology that enables the existence of Jennifer Abessira’s art on Instagram. Its loss of connection could feel very painful and so the artist wishes to find it in all places.
The images of this hashtag are based on physical archives that the artist collects and reinterprets.
Instagram is here the medium that makes the old relevant again.
With this hashtag, the artist explores the power of the feminine seduction and suggests that women attracts men with full self awareness.
This is a tribute to her childhood country, France. Similarly to the #BauhausVibes, the artist captures the three colors of the French flag in everyday situations.
The artist finds life terribly beautiful and sad at the same time, jokes and tears mix in every image.