After graduating from the prestigious Swiss University of arts and design of Lausanne, Salomé Chatriot has been working from Paris as a contemporary artist and an mutimedia interaction designer.
As an artist, her work focuses on the creation of physical and virtual spaces: she builds machines and installations where electronic sculptures and digital images coexist. Fascinated by the way science treats body[ies] through data-oriented objectivity, she uses potential futures and new technologies to shape a fluid, digital and precious identity.
In disagreement with the techno-negative attitude, the ecosystems she produces always bear the mark of a certain healing. The well-being she wishes to transmit often involves the real-time diffusion of organic flows such as breathing, circulation of liquids and [al] chemical transformations. In her artistic creations, the process is as important as the result: experimenting and manipulating physical, electronic, digital and virtual materials in the manner of a scientist; with rigour and precision.
Interwiew (EN): Clot Magazine
Portrait (FR): Numéro Art France
Currently Living and working in Paris