Born in 1991 in Cherbourg in the Manche department, Pauline Singier is a French photographer and art therapist working in Rouen. Holder of a master's degree in plastic arts issued in 2015 by ESADHAR, she won the Art School Award in 2013, the prize of the city of Évreux in 2015 and was the winner of the "Faces of life" competition (under the direction of Life Framer) in 2018 as well as the "Still Living" contest (edited by Gina Martin) in 2019.
His work has been exhibited in France, notably in group exhibitions at Galerie Martainville (Rouen), ESAD (Reims), 59 Rivoli (Paris), Galeries de l'Aître Saint-Maclou (Rouen) and at the Espace Architecture Gestion (Paris). In addition, she also obtained an official art therapist certification (RNCP title) from AFRATAEM in 2021 and a university degree in art therapy from the Faculty of Medicine of Tours in 2022. observing the face, she develops a reflection around the notion of disappearance. She borrows from her personal story to highlight themes relating to those of mourning, death and remembrance. His artistic approach invites everyone individually to meditate on the meaning of existence.