Stéfane Perraud explores scientific and technological impasses through drawing, photography, sculpture and interactive installation. His multimedia aesthetics, which is essentially prospective, evokes an archaeology of the future.
One of the artist’s main subjects concerns light and how it relates, both symbolically and scientifically, to knowledge and disaster at the same time. Using diverse electronic techniques, notably light programming, his works interact with the viewer’s body, movement and perception, all the while bridging the histories of science and art.
Born in 1975, Stéfane Perraud lives and works in Montreuil. He is represented by Galerie de Roussan in Paris.