Paris / France
Clémence Vazard is a Paris based artist whose interdisciplinary artistic practice explores gendered violence and empowers female representation. From performance to video, through photography, collage and sound, Clémence appropriates each visual art language to transform intimate narratives into visual manifestos.
The artist is currently doing a MA in Art and Science at Central Saint Martin’s and previously graduated with a Master in Arts and Culture Studies at the Sorbonne in Paris in 2009. Clémence has shown her work internationally and had several solo and group shows in London(Boogie-Wall Gallery, M&C Saatchi, Make Space Euston Town), Paris(Galerie 21, Galerie Diese22, Galerie Mémoire de l’Avenir, FGO Barbara, Le Carreau du Temple, Mairie du 7eme…), Montreal (Chromatic Festival) Avignon (City Hall), Mexico(Galeria ZClub) and the US (Central Features Gallery, Greenpoint Gallery).
Clémence’s artistic practice is part of the feminist art movement. Feminist art reintroduced the articulation of socially relevant issues within a fine art idiom, while adopting new mediums to experience greater freedom and develop singular artistic languages. As a frenetic reader Clémence leads her researches on the power of stories in the construction of our singular, multiple and unstable identities and the need to reclaim our own narratives. The artist draws her inspiration both from her own experiences and from the intimate stories of the women she gives a voice to. Clémence’s work addresses political issues with an intimate narrative.
Clémence is a thought leader in art and feminism, the artist is regularly invited to give talks or museum lectures about women artists and feminist movements. She is an associate artist of Loud Spring international Art Tank.
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