Raphaelle Chaygneaud-Dupuy is a French self-taught collage artist, who has been cutting and pasting since 2006. Image composition, framing and storytelling techniques were an integral part of her degree in film analysis at the Sorbonne in 2013. Later, her work in the animation film industry showed her that anything can happen on a blank page and any constraints are self-imposed. For a few years now, Raphaelle has been exploring storytelling through another medium, novel writing, whilst pursuing her passion for collages under the alias Analog Ctrl V.
- Drawing classes, Root Division, San Francisco, Unites States July — August 2016
Drawing techniques, composition, viwepoint, shadow and light
- Bachelor in Film, Université de la Sorbonne, Paris, France September – May 2014
Film techniques and esthetics – critical film analysis, from sound and light, to scenario and staging. Directed the 5-minute short film « The choice of the Himalayas »
- Drawing classes , Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lille, France September – May 2012
Drawing techniques, worked on observing and perspectives. Drawn live models
- Hormur Exhibition, Paris September 2020
Solo exhibition in an unusual space, a pop up gallery in a private appartment
- Exhibition at the French Tech Central, Paris June 2019 — October 2019
10 collages showcased in the office space of the French Tech Central, welcoming around 5000 visitors
- Market Street Prototyping Festival – Yerba Buena Centre for the Arts, San Francisco, Unites States May 2016 — October 2016
Selected in an urban prototyping festival. Creation of the artistic installation, Back to paper, a machine distributing stories collected with the underpriviledged citizens of San Francisco. The goal of the project was to give a voice to the invisible of the city.
- Creation of original artwork September 2006 — Today
5 years working in the animation film industry in festivals (Anifest in Canterbury, Association Européenne Cartoon in Bruxelles, Festival International du Cinéma d’Animation in Annecy), and with film producers (Les Armateurs in Paris).