Marie-Luce Nadal (MLN, born in France in 1984) is a transdisciplinary eco-feminist and queer visual artist & researcher. MLN’s work is at the intersection of Art, Science and Climate. Nourished by a reflection and a desire to raise awareness about social and climate justice, MLN creates sculptures, performances & movies. Her work invites the audience to reflect on their role and actions on Earth, and the way these modify and influence their surrounding environment.

MLN is particularly interested in the scientific and mystical relationships that we nurture with our atmosphere. Meteorological and artistic experiences are part of Marie-Luce’s universe. An organic and spiritual relationship binds her to the sky. Through modern forms of writing, embodied in movement and image, systems of projections and metonymies, through variations of scales and animated reproductions of atmospheric phenomena, MLN seeks to rediscover this vitality, to put it forward and to nourish it in the audience’s mind. MLN creates performative machine-works, which combine plastic singularity, scientific research and technical viability, which can be used and deployed by the audience.

Marie-Luce Nadal holds a PhD from SACRe Laboratory, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs and PSL Research University, Paris, France. Her work is shown in multiple international and French institutions.

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