Born in 1984 at Paris, France
Élodie Seguin claims influences as varied as Barnett Newman, Jason Dodge, Paul Cézanne, and Gustave Courbet. Her artistic language requires a pragmatic approach: while the environment and context in which she creates her works play a key role, it is the interdependence between each of the pieces that allows Élodie Seguin’s work to become a system. The physical limits of a work do not matter to this artist who integrates the specificities of the spaces of production and exhibition into her creations.
Born in 1984 in Paris, Élodie Seguin studied at the Villa Arson in Nice and at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris. She lives and works in Avignon.