Laure Prouvost op IFFR
Artist and filmmaker Laure PROUVOST (1978, France) lives and works in Antwerp and London. She was educated at Central St. Martins College of Arts and gained an MFA from Goldsmith College. In 2009, she completed the LUX Associate Artists Programme. The concept of language and (mis)communication runs as a common thread through her video and sound works, objects and – often immersive, tactile – installations. Prouvost has received multiple awards, including the Turner Prize in 2013. In 2019, she represented France at the 58th International Art Biennial Venice.
(all short, selection) Just Me and You (2003), We'll See (2003), For a Better Life (2005), Owt (2007), Strong Story (2008), Burrow Me (2009), Monolog (2009), It, Heat, Hit (2010), The Artist (2010), The Wanderer (2012), The Wanderer Returns (2012), Wantee (2013), Swallow (2013), Grandma's Dream (2013), After After the End (2014), How to Make Money Religiously (2014), We Will Go Far (2105), Into All That Is Here (2015), If It Was (2015), Lick In the Past (2016), DIT LEARN (2018), They Parlaient Idéale (2019)