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By  Youloune

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This article was written as part of Platform. Platform is an initiative created and driven jointly by the PHI Foundation’s education, curatorial and Visitor Experience teams. Through varied research, creation and mediation activities in which they are invited to explore their own voices and interests, Platform fosters exchanges while acknowledging the Visitor Experience team members’ expertise.

Author: Youloune

Youloune is a French illustrator living in Montreal. She draws as if she were pulling a thread from a spool to make silhouettes and stories appear. She graduated in Illustration and Textile Design in Paris, and has collaborated on numerous projects in contemporary dance and theatre, in publishing, associations, but also with fashion, artistic collectives, design and museums.

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