Maud Louvrier Clerc
Maud Louvrier-Clerc is a visual artist, designer and researcher and teacher in sustainable development strategies. Her main research themes are identity, imprint and interdependence.
Her work is regularly presented in solo exhibitions, such as in 2016 at the Villa Savoye for «Oustide, inside», in 2018 at the Château d’Angers with «Climat, la nouvelle Apocalypse?», in 2022 at the Jardin des ifs for «Du Ciel à l’Assiette». Maud Louvrier Clerc also participates in biennials and group exhibitions, such as the International Design Biennial of Saint Etienne in 2015 with «The Senses of Beauty», the Dubai Design Week in 2018 with «How innovation creates history», or «The Consciousness of Water» at the House of Norway in 2022.
As part of her research, the visual artist provokes meetings with scientists and entrepreneurs around art and science with the aim of bringing out the possible. In 2012, she realized her first artistic residency at the Institute of desirable futures. In 2014, the artist created the JEMONDE protocol, a poetic and citizen exploration of the Anthropocene integrated into UNESCO’s «Humanities, Art & Society» program, which she has since deployed with numerous partners as L’Occitane en Provence. In 2023, she collaborated with PINTON for her first artist’s rug, a limited edition of 9 pieces.