Born in France. Lives and works in Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Selected Exhibitions

2018 Moving Image Festival, Balaclafa Carn, Caernarfon, Wales.
2017 Traverse Vidéo, Institut Supérieur d’Arts, Toulouse, France.
2016 Objets Singuliers, 34th Festival International De Court Métrage, Aix-en-Provence, France.
Showroom Shorts Program, South Yorkshire film Network, Sheffield, (UK).
One Minute vol. 9, Rogue Studios, Manchester, (UK).
48 Stunden Neukölln, Directors Lounge, Berlin, Germany.
Contemporary Art Ruhr, Directors Lounge, Media Art Fair, Essen Zollverein, Germany.
Concrete Utopia, Sheffield Fringe, Bloc Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
Light Night, One Minute vol. 3 – 9, Liverpool, (UK).
Obliqua, Fábrica Braço de Prata, Lisbon, Portugal.
2015 Ex-Ca-Vate-Site-Two, Schwartz Gallery, London, (UK).
Bideodromo, Bilbao, Spain.
2014 In The City, Hanover Project, Preston, (UK).
Hackney Wicked Festival, Swan Wharf Art Venue, London, (UK).
Possession 2, Lanchester Gallery Projects, Coventry, (UK).
2013 Possession 1, Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Bangkok, Thailand.
Anonyme Zeichner, Galerie Nord/Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany, touring to
Delikatessenhaus e.V. Leipzig, Germany and TAC, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York, USA.
2012 Agency of Unrealized Projects, daadgalerie, Berlin, Germany.
Facade Video Festival, Plodiv, Bulgaria.
2011 Follow me as I fall, Video screening, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK) (solo exhibition).
Jour de Fête, The Private Space Gallery, Barcelona, Spain.
Ever Remote, Screening event, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
Ever Remote, Screening event, South Square Gallery, Bradford, (UK).
The Way Things Work, Athens Institute of Contemporary Art, GA, USA.
2010 Film screening (Fin’ Amor with Simon Le Ruez) as part of the exhibition Beyond the Dust Heaps, Charles Dickens Museum, London, (UK).
Art Sheffield 10, Life: A User’s Manual, Institute of Arts Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
Going Postal, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, (UK).
2009 Delightful desuetude, Bloc Projects Gallery, Sheffield, (UK) (solo exhibition).
Optica Festival 2009 (To the King, with Simon Le Ruez), Collège d’Espagne, La Cité Internationale, Paris, France.
A42D, Bloc Projects Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
2008 Anonymous Drawings, Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin, Germany.
Birthday Messages, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
Host 7: Home Disco, Festival International du Premier Film, Annonay, France.
2007 Sheffield Pavilion, Book/exhibition, commissioned by Sheffield Contemporary Art Forum, distributed at the Venice Biennale and Kassel documenta.
Host 7: Home Disco, Consortium Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, touring to Colar…Te… Gallery, Santander, Spain.
2006 Northwest, Consortium Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
theoneminutes, one minute videos, Shanghai Fringe Festival, China.
Channel, Sylvester Space, Sheffield, (UK).
Liverpool Biennale, The Projection Gallery, Liverpool, (UK).
Host 4 Cinema, Jeez, Consortium Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, touring to Wild Dog, London, and Festival Nouvelles images, Annonay, France.
2005 Immediate 3, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
Host 4 Cinema, Side Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne, (UK).
2004 Video Marathon, Le Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France.
Here we are. Where?, Galeria Slodownia Stary Browar, Poznan, Pologne.
Host 4 Cinema, Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, England, touring to Cornwall Film Festival, Falmouth Arts Centre, (UK).
2003 Video Marathon, Le Magasin, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France.
Passage d’Europe, Annexe du Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne, France.
2002 Machin-Machine, La Doua, Lyon, France.

Residencies / Commissions

2015 The Plate Juggler, Text for Simon Le Ruez’s solo exhibition Brücke, at Künstlerhaus Dortmund, (Germany).
The other side of you and me, press release for Vane Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK).
Deep in the woods, one can still imagine the sea, the sky, International Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair, The Tetley, Leeds (UK).
2011 Occursus residency at Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).
2007 Sheffield Pavilion, Artist Book, commissioned by Sheffield Contemporary Art Forum (UK).
2006 Lesbian Inscriptions in Francophone Society and Culture, commission for a book cover, Durham University (UK).
2005 Commission of a new body of work for exhibition, Site Gallery, Sheffield, (UK).

Grants / Awards

2014 Artist Development Fund, YVAN, (UK).
Collaboration Bursary Award, a-n The Artists Information Company, (UK).
2012 Research and Development Award, Arts Council (UK).
2011 Award for the realisation of three new video works, Arts Council, (UK).
2010 New Work Award for projects in Berlin, Germany and Sheffield, England, Arts Council, (UK).
2008 Research and Development Award, Arts Council (UK).

Bibliography / Publications

2014 In The City, catalogue of the exhibition, Victoria Lucas, UCLAN (UK).
2013 Album De Familia, Collection of essays, Alexandra Laudo, Serie Bauhaus, Pedro Vicente
Edition (Spain).
Possession, catalogue of the exhibition, BACC (Thailand / UK).
Anonyme Zeichner, catalogue of the exhibition (Germany).
2012 Facade Video Festival, catalogue for the festival, (Bulgaria).
2011 Jour de Fête, brochure of the exhibition (Spain).
2010 Art Sheffield 10, review, Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide (UK).
Art Sheffield 10, events review, Frieze Magazine (Europe / UK).
Art Sheffield 10, preview, a-n Magazine (UK).
Art Sheffield 10, brochure of the exhibition (UK).
2009 Delightful desuetude, review, Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide (UK).
Maud Haya-Baviera and Simon Le Ruez, Artist Feature, 21 Mag, Optica Festival official publication (Spain).
2008 Anonymous Drawings, catalogue of the exhibition (Germany).
Urban Stratigraphies and Glocalisation in the Photographic Works of Maud Haya-Baviera,
Amanda Crawley Jackson, paper for Technologies of the Visual, Manchester University (UK).
2007 Sheffield Pavilion, Book/exhibition (UK / Italy / Germany).
Acces, Lesley Sanderson, Sheffield Hallam University, yearly paper (UK).
2006 Channel, Dr Amanda Crowley Jackson, brochure and text for the exhibition (UK).
Northwest, exhibition preview, de Volkskrant (Netherlands).
2005 Immediate 3, catalogue of the exhibition (UK).
A whole new image, MetroLife (UK).
Immediate 3, review, MetroLife (UK).
Immediate 3, review, Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide (UK).
2004 Here we are. Where? Kulczyk foundation, catalogue of the exhibition (Poland).


2004 MA Fine Arts, Diplôme National Supérieur D’Expression Plastique (DNSEP), at L’Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts de Lyon (ENBAL), France. Included a six-month exchange at Sheffield Hallam
University, (UK).
2002 BA Fine Arts, with distinction, at L’Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts de Lyon (ENBAL), France.

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