Since 1992, Manon Oligny has unabashedly and recklessly discussed the men and women whom she finds inspiring. Despite periodic surfacing of naiveté and wonder, depth and instability have proven themselves to be the undisputed dominating forces. Her body movements are excessive, fierce and carnal. Concepts alone do not interest her, rather, it is the dramatisation of ideas that she finds truly intriguing. Intensity and overabundance of movement must be constantly at the forefront, for the body seldom enjoys a state of stability - all is but shifting, changing, fleeting. Oligny sucks the lifeblood from each of the 24 seconds of a film's image, allying herself with contemporary art in order to exercise free speech, flirt with clouding issues, defy norms, experiment with role-reversal and preach falsehoods in order to draw out the truth. Her works are divided into three sub-groups through which she attacks and dissects her subjects from various angles. She has authored the choreography of the video works More is More and 24 X Caprices both produced by Frédéric Moffet.