A former musician Agnès Guillaume turned to video art in 2010. She produces videos, mixed media works, and embroideries. She sees her videos as mirrors reflecting intimacy that also function as poetic forms that ponder self-awareness. They imply the consistency of several internal realities that the spectator is invited to recognize, appropriate, and share. Against any certainty or single mindset, the videos are a call to an open-minded, critical, and personal gaze.
The recipient of growing international recognition, her work has been shown in venues such as the Petit Palais – the Fine Arts Museum of the City of Paris, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, the Nuit Blanche 2020, Videoforme, ArtBrussels, and Contemporary Istanbul. One can also find Guillaume’s work in several public and private collections. Agnès Guillaume lives in both Paris and Brussels. Agnès Guillaume lives in both Paris and Brussels.