MarieVic [b. Paris, France] is a visual artist currently living and working in New York City. She graduated from École Spéciale d’Architecture and received an MFA from Parsons The New School for Design. Marie Vic’s work varies widely in its medium; upon projects, her studio produces sculpture, photography, video and installations. She considers the fetishized cultures of consumption and gives a careful look to changing conceptions of luxury and disposability. She often employs a decidedly absurdist sense of humor and always aims to explore how the self is performed in different contexts, at the same time individually, globally, and politically.
Her works have been exhibited internationally at Stems Gallery, Brussels, BE; Lishui International Photography Festival, CN; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Nuit Blanche Toronto, CA; Hotel Particulier, New York, US; the Aperture Foundation, New York, US; Hendershot Gallery, New York, US; Artcurial, Auction House, Paris, FR; Eyebeam, New York, US; Reverse Space, New York, US; Red Bull Studios, New York, US and Eigen+Art Gallery, Leipzig, DE.
She has receIved the Lishui International Photography Festival Award for Uniclones and FFFMilano Award for her work, Blowing Riccardo.