Born on the day of a certain month of a certain year, Laura Gwenaëlle Berson grew up in an unknown city. After a very common schooling, she faced several types of studies whose names are unknown, but all of them are more or less artistic.
A few years later she moved towards a more intuitive photographic, plastic and writing work, enabling her to express everything she knows just as much as the others, in order to find the essence of something.
Emphasized by matter and form, great as well as small, imaginary as concrete, her work oscillates between everything and nothing, here and there, where it moves, as an atom free, amongst others. Through her unreasonable hyper-sensitivity syndrome she struggles in a totally emotional, sensory, and uncontrolled way, orienting her work towards identity research, the place of the individual in the world, space, through body and consciousness.