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Biography

October, 2006

Christophe Bruno is artist. He lives and works in Paris and Sète. He began his artistic activity in 2001. His polymorphic work (Internet pieces, installations, hacks, performances, conceptual pieces, drawing, sculpture…) has a critical take on network phenomena and globalization in the field of language and images.

His work has been shown internationally: Jeu de Paume in Paris, ARCO Madrid, FIAC Paris, Diva Fair in NewYork, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, ArtCologne, MOCA Taipei, Modern Art Museum of the city of Paris, Biennale of Sydney, New Museum of Contemporary Art in New-York, Variations Art Fair in Paris, La Panacée in Montpellier, National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, SMAK in Ghent, NIMk Amsterdam, galerie Aeroplastics Bruxelles, Tirana Biennale of Contemporary Art, HMKV Dortmund, Galerie Vanessa Quang in Paris, Gallery West in The Hague, Vooruit Arts Center in Gent, Share Festival in Torino, Transmediale in Berlin, Laboral Cyberspaces in Gijon, galerie Sollertis in Toulouse, ICC in Tokyo, Nuit Blanche de Paris, File Festival in Sao Paulo, Centre Pompidou for the Rencontres Paris-Berlin-Madrid, f.2004@shangai, ReJoyce Festival in Dublin, P0es1s.net in Berlin, Microwave Media Art Festival in HonkKong, Read_Me Festival in Dortmund and Aarhus, Vidarte in Mexico City…

He is laureate, with art historian Chrystelle Desbordes, of the program « Hors les Murs Villa Médicis 2016 » of the French Institute. Awarded project: Semiography #2 , « Digital Arts » category.
He was awarded the ARCO new media prize 2007 at the Madrid Contemporary Art Fair with, won the Piemonte Share Festival 2007 in Torino, and got an honorary mention at the Prix Ars Electronica 2003 in Linz.
CNAP (Centre National des Arts Plastiques), support to the first soloshow exhibition, 2005
DICREAM (CNC Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication), aide à la production, 2006, aide à la maquette, 2004.

He divides his time between his artistic activity, curating, teaching and research, lectures and publications.

He teaches art and new media at the École Supérieure d’Art d’Avignon since 2013, where he is also researcher at P.A.M.A.L. (Preservation & Art, Media Archaeology Lab). He was appointed curator for the virtual space of the Musée du Jeu de Paume in 2011-2012.

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