Dialogue beetween handcrafts and digital technology
I creates installations from cultural objects. I consider them as events to be replayed according to the context. Working at the crossroad of several mediums, I explore a very close universe connected to cultural industry. My projects bring together handcrafts and digital technology in order to speak of the tensions within our late-capitalist society. This has included starting projects Interference, Personnal art e-stories or 2.0 minutes. Born in France in 1979, I received my MFA from Beaux-arts School in Paris in 2004. I am the recipient of a 2004 Fondation Award Joseph Epstein. My artwork has been recently shown in exhibitions at the Villa Dutoit in Geneva, at the 104 in Paris or at the LACDA in Los Angeles. As long-time educator, I am socially engaged working to elaborate a conceptual and materials-based pedagogy, combining handcrafts and digital technologies.