Independent designer and visual artist based in The Hague since 2017, my research revolves around the dynamics which shape our cities and everyday lives, as well as the representations of functional and ideal humans and settings. I am currently focussing on the projections of idealised futures, wondering how the leading narrative is fashioned and repeated.
I completed my bachelor in Graphic Design at HEAD – Geneva (CH) in 2015 and graduated from the master Non Linear Narrative at KABK – The Hague (NL) in 2021. My practise merges artistic research, visual experimentation and investigative design, all grounded within an independent and critical attitude. In parallel, I am working on commissions and collaborations, especially on projects linked to social and cultural fields.
ARTICLE — "Unboxing Democracy" — Who Speaks? Artificial Intelligence, Language and Democracy — in collaboration with Esther van der Heijden, Pablo Perez and Tuana Inhan, in conversation with Evelyn Austin from Bits of Freedom — February 2021
PANEL DISCUSSION — "Mais qui est smart dans la city ?" — Bibliothèques municipales de Genève — in conversation with Armelle Hausser, and Collectif Urbz, moderated by Clément Drévo — February 2021
MASTER THESIS — "Accelerated rhythms in the city : on efficiency, repetition and collective intervals" — KABK - The Hague — January 2021