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Juliette Feck


Guest of the 2021 L'Appel du Large festival

Juliette Feck passed her DNAP at the Regional School of Fine Arts in Rouen in 2010, joined the Accademia di Belle Arte di Palermo on Erasmus. She developed there a pronounced taste for photography and nourished a very personal, almost obsessive universe, compiling images of loss, breakage and crash, often violent and closely linked to death. Back in France, she returned to the Superior School of Art and Design Le Havre Rouen and continued her research combining sculptures and photographs accompanied by Florence Chevallier, Johan Creten, Manuela Marques, Valérie Delarue, Béatrice Cussol and Miguel Angel Molina before d '' obtain his DNSEP with the congratulations of the jury in 2012 his diploma. She has been invited to several group and personal exhibitions between Brussels, Paris, Geneva and Marseille, where she resides and founded La Casa Feck.

His work oscillates between sculpture, photography and performance with an aesthetic marked by the automotive, wild, scientific and fantastic world. Like vanities, his works anchored in dreams and transition, testify to the ephemeral condition of all things, while seeking to to find the fantastic in the prosaic.


For l'Appel du Large, she imagines green ceramics at the edge of the water like the ghosts of attractive and evil sirens, just waiting to reappear to attract us and make us drift towards the horizon. (a project by Haily Grenet)

More information on the Festival l'Appel du Large here