news Amélie Beaudroit is creating an installation for a Science Museum

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I am a painter, a writer, a dreamer, a game designer. I work in parallel on all of these projects and I feel absolutely very lucky that I can do that. I have a passion for cosmology which led me to take on this new project…

This solo exhibition is an installation that combines a narrative and paintings and LED lighting around the topic of Pulsars and electromagnetism.
Amelie’s painting are an expression of the invisible, the forces of physics, the impact of social pressure on individuals, things that influence us and our lives but that we can’t see, can’t grab at, that is what she is interested in capturing on the canvas.
The work presented in the exhibition in fall is the result of the collaboration between the artist and the research center of North Carolina where the installation will be held this coming fall. How to depict the invisible? How to look at it? The exhibition sheds light on both the artist practice on this question as well as how scientists proceed in their studies of Pulsars.
You can support Amelie and read about her process on her Patreon page where she blogs about her practice and her research for this exciting project.

Amélie Beaudroit website Amélie Beaudroit on PATREON
See the Edges 18, Amélie Beaudroit

Amelie Beaudroit was born in Nimes France and she now works in London. She graduated in Social and Cognitive Psychology and is a self taught artist. She has been a resident at the art student league NY and Kokkola art center (Finland). Her work is included in the museum Da Cidade (Portugal) permanent collection and is part of private collections in France, UK, and India.

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