Juliette Bonneviot (1983, France) lives and works in Berlin. Trained as a painter, Bonneviot graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2008.
Bonneviot’s work is concerned with the nexus of ecology, technology and gender. In her sculptural work she questions consumer culture as part of identity building as she dissects the material culture around us, most recently - with the series Xenoestrogens - on the micro level of chemical compounds.
Recent solo exhibitions include XenoEstrogens, Autocenter, Berlin (2015); Minimal Jeune Fille, Wilkinson Gallery, London (2014); Last Spring/Summer with Aude Pariset, Les Urbaines, Lausanne (2012); Recent group exhibitions include Whatever man built could be taken apart: Image / Order, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden (2015); Looks, ICA, London (2015); Nature After Nature, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel (2014); Nostalgia, CCA, Glasgow International (2014); Art Post-Internet, UCCA, Beijing (2014); Entre-temps… Brusquement, et Ensuite 12th Lyon Biennale (2013); Analogital, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City (2013).