Juliane Lusson born in Brittany (France) in 1996, lives and works in Brussels. She followed her bachelor studies in the European Academy of Art in Brittany (Lorient, FR). She lastly graduated in 2021 with a master’s degree from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Brussels, BE). She participated in group exhibitions in France, the Czech Republic, and Belgium. Winner of the 5th Edition of the Prize Espronceda with the Royal Fine Arts Academy. She is also the winner of the Special Prize of the city of Brussels.

“The construction of both individual and collective memory is central to my research. Drawing and photography are my main means: their combination allows me to explore the relationships between footprint and footprint, as well as the capture and their gaps. In my recent work, statuary figures and monuments come to find a place as main themes. They guarantee permanence in human representations or realizations. Participating in the construction of national narratives, they find their limits and require careful vigilance.”