Marie is an award-winning designer and visual artist based in London.
After graduating from Fashion Design at Central Saint Martins, she progressively merged disciplines and combined diverse experiences to develop a unique expertise laying between Arts and Fashion. 

At the core of her exploration, the study of the human form and its movement, often informed by dance, have become the foundation of a new human landscape.

My practice focuses on challenging and transcending our physical body to investigate on our emotional self. I study our sense of self and use the plasticity of our body as a material force for something that has no form. I sometimes feel that we are missing a true reason for the limitless performances enabled by science and technology. Means are taking over meaning, and I want to bridge the gap between the two. Through clothing, performance, and visual arts, I am working on compelling fictions and narratives for hypothetical existences.

I explore though provoking concepts and inquire how to redesign a soul augmented self.’

Two years into her schooling, she had the opportunity to join Louis Vuitton’s design studio in Paris, where she perfected her skills and was trained to the highest industry standards.
Marie then worked for renowned houses and up and coming companies such as Penhaligons and ASAI.

In June 2018, her collaboration with Akram Khan Dance Company, for which she created costumes and sets, premiered at Sadler’s Wells theatre in London and received glowing reviews.
Portrait In Otherness is now touring internationally.
Marie has since collaborated with Tim Yip, an award winning art director, on the creation and curation of a large scale trans-disciplinary show, co-produced by the Southbank Center in London.
Consecutively, she presented in October 2018 her second international exhibition in Holland and received the ‘Dutch Design Week Young Talent Award'.

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