Nicolas Floc’h is a multidisciplinary artist working with installation, photography, sculpture, and performance to question our changing times. He seeks to create socially engaged work that can create awareness around social, environmental, and economic issues. His work is inspired by what he learned from nature, travels, encounters, and scientific research. His work is often collaborative and open to community participation. Nicolas Floc’h has exhibited internationally and his solo/collective shows include FRAC Bretagne, FRAC PACA, SMAK (Ghent, Belgium), Centre Pompidou (Paris), MAC/VAL (Vitry-sur-Seine, France), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Contemporary Art Factory (Tokyo), and Winzavod (Moscow).
Learn more: www.nicolasfloch.net
At Camargo, Nicolas Floc’h plans to further develop his ongoing research and start new projects as well. He wishes to pursue his photographic work on artificial reefs and natural habitats within the Mediterranean ecosystem. Moreover he intends to continue the work he started at the marine laboratory of Wimereux on the color of water and bioluminescence. Among the new projects, he’d like to undertake research about submarine geomorphology and its impact on the environment.