Born 1989 in Tunis. Lives and works in Paris. Aïcha Snoussi handles the paper as a skin in several ways : caress, fill in, puncture, hang, lacerate, etc. The felt pen becomes a tool of dissection that cuts and hacks, giving birth to organisms that are open, dislocated and impure.
From schoolbooks to frescos on galleries or museums' walls, the experience of drawing is done on the spot, in a constant dialogue with the exhibition space. The ink overflows and alters the invested space in which viscera, vulva and machines mingle into a never-ending spiral. The drawn body and that of the designer embrace each other in dialectical tensions: order and chaos, excess and detail, fragment and totality, organic and mechanical, pain and pleasure. Through the use of fiction and the encyclopedia's functions, the drawing is conceived as a visceral and anthropological operation that attempts to break up things and long-standing knowledge such as normative conceptions of gender roles and sexuality.