(en) Emma Cozzani is a French artist whose practice takes the form of installations, videos and performative texts. Her research explores the forms and uses of language, and the passage from language to image. In particular, she works on the forms and uses of communication schemes that she redeploys in the light of digital uses, between new fictional narrative and state observation.
Her work has been presented in France (FRAC Occitanie, La Panacée in Montpellier), Germany (C. Rockefeller Center for Contemporary Arts in Dresden), Belgium (Projection Room in Brussels) and Switzerland (HeK and Kunsthaus Baselland in Basel).

  • coming — Selected works 2020 (XX Mo)
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    • 2020 — Triennale de la Jeune Création (group show), Rotondes, Luxembourg (L)
      🗯 opening on 25.06.20 at 6pm
    • 2019 — Regionale 20 (group show), Satellit M54, Nord Théâtre, Saint-Louis (F)
    • 2019 — Emotional Interfaces (group show), Biennale The Wrong , online & in Paris - coming (F)
    • 2019 — Hypertourisme (collective performance), Week-end de l’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux (F)
    • 2018 — Sound Embodied : Regionale 19 (group show), House of Electronic Arts, Bâle (CH)
    • 2018 — Liquid Planet : Regionale 19 (group show), House of Electronic Arts, Bâle (CH)
    • 2018 — Récits en réseau, restitution de résidence (solo show), Le Bel Ordinaire, Pau (F)
    • 2017 — Inact, Festival de performances intermedias (performance), Le Shadok, Strasbourg (F)
    • 2016 — Frac à Quatre (Répliques)(group show), Frac Occitanie, Montpellier (F)

    Texts

    • coming — Ceci n’est pas une correspondance
    • coming — Ce que le voir peut dire

    Education

    • 2016 - 2017 — Université de Strasbourg | Free auditor in Language Science
    • 2011 - 2014 — Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Nîmes | MFA with honors
    • 2008 - 2011 — Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Montpellier | BFA
    • 1989 — Born in Ajaccio (F)

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    Update: January 2020