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Jeanne Berbinau Aubry

About Jeanne Berbinau Aubry

France. 1989.

Jeanne Berbinau Aubry studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art de la Villa Arson from where she graduated with honours in 2015. Her work stems from the use of light, its ability to spread and the alterations it can produce. Jeanne Berbinau Aubry has developed a form of sculpture and installation within which the question of the laboratory is inherent. Her pieces are all precipitates of experiments, crystallizing the study of scientific and mechanic phenomena, of historic, artistic or literary details. In 2015 she won the Prix de la Jeune création (Prize for Young creation) awarded by the Bernar Venet Foundation and was admitted to La Station, the artist-run space in Nice (France). She has carried out a number of residencies, notably in 2015 at Kyta, in the Himalaya (India), in 2016 at Villa Médicis in Rome (Italy), and in 2018 at the Cité des arts in Paris (France). In 2017 she took part in the 62nd Salon de Montrouge as well as several group exhibitions, in particular at La Friche de la Belle de Mai, in Marseille (2018, France), the Arondit gallery in Paris (2017, France), at Wonder Liebert in Bagnolet (2018, France, at the Doris Guetta gallery in Ortisei (2018, Italy) and at the Bubenberg gallery in Paris (2019, France).

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Selected artworks

Jeanne Berbinau Aubry, Lustre, 2015 145 x 150 x 150 cm. Fer, tubes fluorescents, ballast, starter, cable électrique. Vue dʼaccrochage, Villa Arson, Nice. Photo : JBA.

Jeanne Berbinau Aubry, Liqueurs, 2016 172 x 34 x 16 cm. Prélèvements des jardins de la Villa Médicis, alcool à 95°, verre, liège, paraffine, caisson lumineux. Vue dʼexposition, galerie Eva Vautier, Nice. Photo : François Fernandez.

Jeanne Berbinau Aubry, Bismuthation, 2019. Dimensions variables. Thermoplongeur, bimuth, cable électrique. Vue dʼatelier, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Photo : JBA.