Fabienne Lasserre studied in Montreal, in Mexico City, at the Academy of Prague and at Columbia University; she lives and works in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her art is composed of sculptural paintings that possess both an explosive core comparable to that of volcanic magma, and the ambiguous qualities of the most ancient forms of life. She produces adorable polychrome monsters with tactile skin-like surfaces.
Her creativity embodies the infinite potential of a formal expression and a sculptural intelligence that does not fear the concept of the grotesque: she could be defined as a feminine Dubuffet, who has been projected into the world of cartoons and science fiction.
→ C.Ar.D. 2014 edition
→ C.Ar.D. in the city 2015