Joëlle Viaud, visual artist, photographer is an artist in relational art: a contemporary artistic movement that appeared in France in the early 1990s and theorized by Nicolas Bourriaud, "Art is a state of encounters". In 1995, she realized "Dialogue with 365 artists", a daily encounter with an artist and a creation with 4 hands, 365 days, 365 works, 366 artists. The works were sold at auction for the benefit of the Red Cross. In 2018, she exhibits in Marseille, thanks to Artsmarseille, at the beach studio " Un Amour de Mer ", portraits of sailors and their wives living on boats. Her first sculpture made with recycled bicycles was acquired by the town of Saint Denis de Pile, Gironde. In 2019, she made a series of photographs inspired by Charles Baudelaire's phrase "Woman is the being who projects the greatest shadow or the greatest light in our dreams".
Untitled, March 2019
Digigraphy on Aludibond
53 x 80 cm
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