• Mathieu Merlet Briand

    Faculty, Art, Media & Technology

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    Mathieu Merlet Briand graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieur des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in 2013. He continued his studies in the research cycle at EnsadLab, the EnsAD Research Laboratory. A digital native from a farming family, Mathieu is interested in the influence of technology on the perception of our contemporary reality.

    Environmental issues recurrently emerge from his projects (see his solo-show "#iceberg" 2017, "Environment" 2017). Inspired by the philosophical essay of Ariel Kyrou, "Google God", 2010, he questions this almost divine image associated with the giants of the web (see the exhibition "non-site" from the Dauphine Prize for Contemporary Art 2016).

    Mathieu Merlet Briand has participated in numerous solo and collective exhibitions in France and abroad, including: the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art at the New Tretyakov Gallery, Art Geneva, the YIA Art Fair at the Musée des Arts et Métiers and Variation - New Media Art Fair at the Cité International des Arts.

    Current Courses:

    Core Studio 2 Spatial

    Core Studio 3: RESPONSE (Fall 2019)