Nathalie Perrin, grey pencil on paper, 2014.
Work realized during a residency in Cairo, which aims to render visual paths of thought and ideas in the form of textual plans, halfway between literary reverie and a taste for monastic endurance.
Nathalie Perrin (born in Geneva in 1989, lives and works in Lutry) is a graduate of the ECAL (Bachelor and Master in Visual Arts) and the University of Neuchâtel (Master in Museology). She was awarded a residency in Cairo (2014), the Alice Bailly grant (2015) and the Prix de la Ville de Nyon (2016). Her exhibitions include Darladirladada at Galerie Racz in Bern, 2018, Fortune Carrée at Galerie MCGM in Lausanne, 2015, L’art se livre (collective) at Musée des Beaux-Arts du Locle, 2014, and Ungestalt (collective) at Kunsthalle Basel, 2017.
She is represented by the Heinzer Reszler gallery in Lausanne: www.heinzer-reszler.com
private collection Lausanne