Reynald Drouhin (France)

Reynald Drouhin (1969 – Paris)

He studied plastic arts at the Fine Arts School of Paris (DNSAP, 1998), obtained the Hypermedia Multimedia Master (ENSBA, 1998), and a Master at the University of Paris 1 (1994). For several years Drouhin has worked with digital material (net, picture and video) about appropriation and diversion of documents.

Drouhin has shown his work at the Biche de Bere Gallery’s Natural / Digital (Paris 2005), at Confluences (Paris 2003), at the Public Gallery (Paris 2001), at the Montreal Biennial (2000) Imagina (Monaco 1998), and ISEA ( Chicago 1997).

He has received several prizes and distinctions including from the Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne MAC/VAL (2005), the Scam’s Great Award for digital interactive art work (2003), the FIAV’s Video Award (Tangier 2001), the Great Award at the Cyberfestival in Rueil-Malmaison, as well as the Multimedia Award of the Auvergnes-Videoformes DRAC (1999). He has been an artist in residence at Europeo in Italy (2001), the CICV in Belfort (2000-2001), in C3 in Budapest (2000) and at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh (1997).

The artist is currently teaching at the Fine Art School of Rennes and has been a member of the group since 1996.

Reinald Drouhin
is participating in

  • JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art
  • the exhibition
    Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art
    curated by Elena Julia Rossi

    will be launched on 1 November 2007

    featuring these artists
    Juliet DavisReinhald Drouhin
    Free Soil (Amy Franceschini, Myriel Milicevic, Nis Rømer)
    Santiago Ortiz
    Lorenzo Pizzanelli