Studio professor

Tatiana Trouvé studied at Villa Arson in Nice and participated in the residency program of Atelier 63 in Haarlem (De Atelier) in the Netherlands, as well as at ISIP in New York. She taught at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon from 2002 to 2006 and has participated in numerous personal and collective exhibitions, biennial and triennial, in museums and institutions abroad as well as in France.

Tatiana Trouvé's drawings, architectural installations, sculptures and objects replay the coordinates of space and time on material and physical levels as much as on psychic levels. Domestic spaces merge with natural spaces, the mineral grows and the living freezes, the interior and exterior become indistinct, the two dimensions of the design combine with the three dimensions of the volume, the scales and the relationships between things are altered... Thus, the orders and laws which define our reality are recomposed in worlds where new coexistences are formulated, where space and time float, where our perceptual markers move, at the origin of an experience disorientation.


Photo credit: © Adrien Thibault