Chloé Félix - Photographer and Community Arts Worker
People, portraits and trees are at the center of Chloé Félix' work. Through photography she is interested in exploring the liminal space between dreams and reality. In her work she aims to reflect how humanity creates its identity and the impact it has on its environment.
Chloé grew up in Switzerland, Australia and Asia and mostly lives and works in those parts of the world, currently she is living in Switzerland with her family. She is a passionate traveller, and is always eager to discover new places, near and far. She graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University with a Bachelor of Arts (Media Arts).
Amongst many other things, she loves to listen to stories under trees, walking in the mountains, swimming with Bioluminescent Phytoplanktons, watching Aurora Borealis while bathing in a hot spring and star gazing in the desert...
Chloé also works as a community arts worker. She enjoys to share her skills and passion and to instigate workshops or events, where the purpose is to create moments of creative exchange, to bring people together, and to generate reflection. She has been working since many years with children, youth and people who have a migration story. She is the co-founder of Stories from Home and Here.
Chloé has been awarded prizes and grants for her photographic and community work. She has also participated in collective and solo exhibitions.