On the walls, Petite Poissone pastes mysterious phrases, sometimes poetic, sometimes humorous, sometimes feminist.
As if taken from a novel, a comic strip, a romantic letter or a play, they resonate and echo in the city.
Always with the same easily identifiable calligraphy, the street artist tackles social criticism as much as love affairs. Her subjects are profound, but her tone is light. Petite Poissone likes to delve into absurdity and derision.
For this street writer, words are obviously inseparable from context. So, in the gallery, she writes on old photographs and postcards. The marriage of an old-fashioned world with her stenciled texts reveals different levels of anachronism in a delicate, timeless harmony.