In her work, French artist Marie Lelouche questions space and volume. Interested in the evolution of forms in their sociocultural context, she participated in multiple residency programs in France, Italy and South Korea. She also developed several community projects in Amazonia and Siberia, and collaborated with scientists, artisans and engineers.
The practice of displacement, whether in her travels or even within the creative process, remains a key aspect of her work.
She graduated from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, obtained a Master's degree in Fine Arts from Sorbonne University, and she is currently finishing her PhD research at Le Fresnoy (Tourcoing, France) and UQAM (Montreal).
Her work, which is characterised by minimal and abstract aesthetics, has been shown in Belgium, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Italy and South Korea.
Amongst her latest exhibitions, we can enumerate: Unforeseen Spaces, solo show at Alberta Pane Gallery, Venice, Italy (2023); 1 Artiste, 1 Installation, special project at Galerie Alberta Pane, Paris, France (2023); La Fusion des Possibles, group show at Topographie de l'Art, Paris, France (2023); Unforeseen Spaces, solo show at Alberta Pane Gallery, Paris, France (2022) ; Out of Spaces, solo show at Les Tanneries, Amilly, France (2021); I can touch what's too far away, solo show at Alberta Pane Gallery in Paris, France (2020); You have a new memory, solo show at Mazzoli Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2020); Vous avez un nouveau souvenir; solo show at Centre d'Arts Plastiques et Visuels in Lille, France (2019); Des horizons inversés duo-show with Anne-Charlotte Yver Delta Studio, Roubaix, France (2018); Extended Architectures, group show with Esther Stocker and Luciana Lamothe at Alberta Pane Gallery in Venice (2018); Expanded sculpture at Galerie Commune, Tourcoing, France (2018); Blind Sculpture at the Mirage Festival, Lyon, France (2018); Sensibilité Synthétique, solo show at Alberta Pane Gallery in Paris, France (2017); Panorama 19, at Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, France (2017); Le geste de l'Admoniteur, curated by S. Tiberghien at the Archiraar Gallery in Brussels, Belgium (2016).