Can you introduce yourself and tell us more about your journey?
I graduated from the fine art academy in Lorient, Brittany in 2008 and from HEAR Strasbourg in 2010. Since then I’ve been based in Strasbourg where I work as an artist with a focus on drawing. I push the boundaries of the discipline by also working on animated films, installations, books, performance and murals. In terms of projects, I work on both public and private commissions, as well as group and solo exhibitions in galleries or museums.
Where does your inspiration come from?
I take inspiration many different spheres and disciplines: it’s quite difficult to identify them precisely. My influences come from many a wide variety of areas. The work of some artists in other media (sculpture/photography/installation) inspires me a lot. I also draw inspiration from topical issues relating to the environment, science and technology and from my everyday experiences. The interaction of these influences then gives me certain ideas or goals for my drawings and animations. Architecture and construction are also an interest of mine that is important in the context of some of my recent work, like the web series Muséiformes or my exhibition Umbra Urbe at the Champs Libres arts centre in Rennes, for example.