Christelle Faucoulanche

Concepts of exhaustion and inertia appear as particularly sensitive in her work. By the deconstruction of genre and the diversion of codes and standards established, the artist creates the state of convenient doubt. Finally, beyond the metaphor of the constraint a questioning on the fluctuation of identities and micro-politics is outlined.


Christelle Faucoulanche, is a multidisciplinary artist and researcher. She holds a Superior National Diploma of Visual Art, obtained at the National School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux (France)in 2008. Currently based in Barcelona, she won the Injuve production grant for artists under 30 (Premios Injuve Artes Visuales 2010) to shoot a video in Taberna’s desert, Spain, where movie sets were built during the late 60’s for spaghetti western cinema. She graduated from the MACBA (Barcelona’s museum of contemporary art) Independent Studies Program (2010-2011).

Recent exhibitions


War Game, Art et Paysage - Les rencontres d'Artigues-près-Bordeaux, Artigues-près-Bordeaux, France
Fuera del Juego, Empanadate! Plan B, Buenos Aires, Argentina


To be the Bad Man (Performance), Million Vexation baby (video), Primera Muestra de Valtudo Artistico (Mama yo no pinto), La sala Naranja, Valencia, Spain