Cécile Chevalier

Cécile Chevalier (FR, UK-based) works with computational art installation and instrument making to explore forms of digital cultural transformation in relation to embodiment-technologies, and performativity and performance. Her background is in Fine Art, Crafts & Design and Media Studies, while her current artworks and investigations draw from an interdisciplinary practices between systems art and participatory/play theory. Critically, Cécile investigates the human body (e.g gesture) and technological forms of augmentation to ask how collective and cultural expressions have been and are being transformed through computational technology altering not only the ways in which they are embodied and performed, but also they are thought about.
Cécile is a member of the Experimental Music Technologies Lab (Emute Lab) and associate of the Sussex Humanities Lab

Lecturer in Digital Practice
University of Sussex
saltdean, United Kingdom
Focus area: Sound, Music, Analogue, Digital, Art History, Theory, Philosophy, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Sculpture, Spacial, Computer Science, Code, Data, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Fabrication, Maker Art, Wearables, Electronics, Connected self, Systems