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Liliane Puthod


Liliane Puthod (b.1986, France) works and lives in Dublin. In 2013, she graduated from a Master of Fine Arts from Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD) and has exhibited extensively in Europe. Recent projects include: Mejlby, a self-directed residency funded by Geneva’s Art Council ; Situs, a permanent installation at Geneva Champel Centre and The Existence of Flamethrowers in your Street, curated by Catalyst Arts at 126, Galway, Ireland.  In 2016 Liliane was invited to develop a community project with Catalyst Arts and Bunscoil Bheann Mhadagain, Belfast.


Strongly linked to Conceptual and post-Conceptual discourse, Liliane Puthod is a multidisciplinary artist who works in the field of installation, sculpture and digital media. Her work leads to surprising connections between commodities, systems of production and fabricated elements. She engages with a crucial issue — can “beautiful” forms problematise the materials from which they are made. Subverting the frontiers between multiple and singular objects, her practice actively appropriates merchandise in relation to places and individuals, along with constructed narratives resulting in paradoxical situations.
Liliane Puthod | 2015 | Artists | Comments (0)

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