Inspired by litterature (Ovid’s Metamorphoses), by cinema or by radio, Hélène Delprat develops through a daily practice and using altogether drawing, painting, photography, archives or video, a body of work filled with self-derision, some kind of book of Hours, both dark and sensitive at the same time where fiction and documentary intertwine. She likes the idea of a funny, monstrous, outrageous, melancholic death… Her real or fake interviews, her radio drawings and her collection of articles round up this sort of inventory of a world both fortuitous and deliberate. Her work also explores the questions of recording, memory, identity and travel.