Luce Choules is an artist working with performance and actions. Her praxis monitors Earth systems, accelerated change and social movement to investigate material and immaterial transformation. She makes collapsing and adaptive environments that challenge our capacity to be agile.
Working with material and immaterial fields for over a decade, Luce Choules defines the line running through her artistic practice as The Body Holding Space.
Luce Choules is a UK-based itinerant artist, operating from field centres in France and Spain, and working internationally. She has exhibited and performed widely through individual and group shows and events in the UK, Europe, Australia and USA; and is supported in her work and activities through a range of ecologic residencies and sociocultural commissions for public projects funded by arts councils, regional arts organisations, cultural institutions, foundations and environmental agencies. These include: Baltic39, MIMA, Burton Art Gallery and Royal Geographical Society in the UK; Askeaton Contemporary Arts in Ireland; Curator’s Network Madrid, Hangar Barcelona and AADK Centro Negra in Spain; Rabbit Island Foundation and DeVos Art Museum in the US. She founded and coordinates the itinerant artist network TSOEG.org
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