Françoise Goria is an artist. A maker of photographs, texts, folded books and "performed screens". Of cheap imitations. For her Atlas series she used cardboard boxes to recreate 18 plates from Aby Warburg's Atlas on a 1/1 scale, then photographed them. Since 2011 she has been digitally activating groups of photographs in public. In March she will be presenting the next of these "performed screens" – Ce qui fait que tout se fait (What Makes Everything Happen) – at the School of Art and Design in Valence. In 2016 Cent Pages published her three books Il paraît, Elle paraît and Paraît. Her work has been acquired by public and private collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Marseille, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region Contemporary Art Collection, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, and the Canton of Geneva Collection. She is co-director of the Contrat Maint publishing house and teaches photography at the Institut Supérieur des Arts in Toulouse.