Anne-Flore Cabanis was born in Nice in 1979, she lives and works in Paris. Since 2001 she has been drawing a random line with a pen on paper. This writing obeys simple rules: a line drawn freehand that does not cross and whose angles are always right angles. The result is organic and suspends the attention in an introspective floating. After the experience of a study trip to Brazil in 2005, she translates this language into space by making it take different forms: performances, sound pieces, in situ collages with adhesive tape and volume installations of stretched lines. Anne-Flore Cabanis' in situ interventions play with the architecture of private or public places. By breaking a visual silence, they reveal the presence of chosen invisible movements. The artist creates apparitions and disappearances of lines and colors that open a reading, give a direction, propose a moment of reflection on the circulation of the body, the glance or the thought.