Martine Feipel & Jea

Born in: 1975

Luxembourg

Biography

Born in 1975 in Luxembourg, Martine Feipel studied visual art at Marc Bloch University in Strasbourg, the University of Arts in Berlin, under the direction of professor Christiane Möbus, and at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design in London, where she obtained a Master’s degree in Fine Arts in 2002.

Since 2000, she has regularly participated in exhibitions, particularly in Europe. She has been awarded several artists’ residence grants in Europe. She is a founding member of the Pandora company. In 2007, she initiated the heteroclite project The Game of Life presented in Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg. The same year, she was selected for the Prix d’Art Robert Schuman.

Born in 1964 in Paris (F), Jean Bechameil has worked since 1990 as an independent sculptor. He lived in Copenhagen for about twelve years where he regularly participated in exhibitions. At the same time, he worked on numerous sets for plays and films. Among other things, he designed the decor for Antichrist (2009), Manderlay (2002), Dogville (2000) and Dancer in the Dark (1998) by Lars van Trier.

Since 2008, Jean Bechameil has been based in Luxembourg where he works in collaboration with Martine Feipel. They mainly produce installations that react to the context in which they are presented. From drawings and sculptures that serve as models, the couple tries to create spaces; by crossing and fragmenting volumes, they recreate a dislocated, rickety universe that is, a priori, completely illogical.

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