Nicolas Floc’h. Born in Rennes, France, 1970. lives and works in Paris. Teach at the EESAB Fine art school in Rennes (France).
Nicolas Floc’h is a French artist working in a variety of media. His installations, photographs, films, sculptures and performances question our era of transition where flow, disappearance and regeneration play an important part. For the last ten years, research on the representation of the underwater environment has resulted in series of documentary photographs questioning worldwide transformations and the definition of the notion of underwater landscape. Based on long-term projects involving experiments, scientific research and encounters, new works have emerged which are anchored in reality and highlight evolving processes.
5 shows :
2017 Glaz, Frac Bretagne, Rennes
2015 Les Villes immergées, Musée des Beaux-arts, Calais
2015 Le Grand Troc, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine
2014 Des choses en moins, des choses en plus, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
2011 Danser sa vie, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris