Marie Voignier

Marie Voignier (1974, Ris-Orangis, France) lives in Paris. Her video work explores the intertwinement of imaginary and factual elements in reality itself.

Voignier’s work has been presented at Marcelle Alix, Paris (2022); Laxart, Los Angeles (2019); the Beirut Art Center (2018); and Argos in Brussels (2018). She took part in the Singapore Biennial (2019); La Triennale, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012); the biennial Ateliers de Rennes (2012); the Berlin Bienniale (2010); and in the International Exhibition and Special Projects of the 57th Venice Biennale. Her films have been shown notably in FIDMarseille (2022, 2017, 2014, 2011, 2010); The Viennale, Vienna International Film Festival (2017); the Berlinale, Berlin (2017); and screened in the film programmes of Centre Pompidou, Paris (2020, 2012, 2008, 2007); Monaco New National Museum (2016); and ICA, London (2015).

Marie Voignier published two books: La Piste rouge (2017) and Original Copy (2022), respectively related to research and interviews of the films Tinselwood (2017) and Na China (2019).

Marie Voignier was nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Award in 2018.