Alison Flora is a pluri-disciplinal artist living in Toulouse, south of France. From a fine arts course, Alison  draws inspiration from medieval representations, alternative cultures and everything related to esoterism. In her drawings, videos and installations, she explores the expression of "contemporary hell" (stress, social anxiety, trauma...) calls upon a universe where mysticism, fantasy and madness merge. Influenced by the work of Roland Topor, Genesis P-Orridge, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Boleslaw Biegas, J.R.R Tolkien, all artists in the field of art brut, she exorcises her fears, her obsessions, through dramatic-humorous universe in a sort of ritualized therapy. Her latest project is a series of drawings, painted with her own blood (harvested using blood test), questioning the simulacrum of violence and resistance and the act of magic.

Blood is inherently ambivalent. It has played and continues to play a fundamental role in all civilisations. Blood defiles and purifies, it is masculine and feminine, pompous or fatal, beneficial or dangerous, and spreading it can be a crime or sacred act.


2012 - 2015

ESA Pyrénnées, DNAP Art (Bachelor's degree)

2015 - 2017

ESA Pyrénnées, DNSEP Art (Master's degree)



Upcoming duo exhibition with Floryan Varennes, curated by Thomas Delamarre, MAGCP, France

Upcoming  solo exhibition, Limoges, France


MASS, group exhibition curated by Goswell Road, Haus Wien, Austria

Relaunch The Dream Weapon, solo exhibition, curated by Goswell Road at gallery Sultana summer set Arles, France, Sept 4th - Otc 31th

 Iniation party, group show curated by Anna Frost,  Ocean Hotel, Miami, USA, 2th-5th Dec


Sorcières et Chamanismes, groupe exhibition curated by Galerie La Papesse, Toulouse, France


Flowers of Khaos, group exhibition, 182 avenue C, Manhattann, New York


Baleapop festival #9, Sabotage, group exhibition, Tropismes, Saint-jean de Luz


Drawing Room 017, group exhibition as part of the MAIF Young Talents Award, La Panacée, Montpellier

Awards / Interventions


Laureate residence Sabotage , Tropisme x Baleapop 9, Saint-jean de Luz


 Art café "La musique d'affiche aussi", Intervention in the context of the exhibition "Variation sur un même thème "at the Parvis, Art Center, Tarbes