Adeline CHARNEAU is a French artist based in Bordeaux. Graduated in plastic arts, contemporary practices and creations, in aesthetics and art sciences and graphic design, she also graduated in educational sciences, neurosciences of education and educational engineering.
After founding a school for children with special educational needs and writing educational books, she is currently dedicated to her doctoral studies in educational psychology as much as to her artistic work. Her works can be defined as minimalist, geometric, symbolic, philosophical and also political.
Throughout her artistic works, she questions anthropological narratives and proposes to develop a critical thinking about the human condition.
Will Homo-sapiens become obsolete? With the rise of nanotechnology, biotechnology, computer and cognitive science, new anthropological narratives are emerging that redesign the forms of a fixed, transformed or even improved human being.
A vision of a better world or an apocalyptic world? Adeline CHARNEAU wants to highlight a common feature of the world that transcends all living beings: the flows of then considered as beauty and vital energies. The only way for human beings to adapt to their environment is to understand and accept their humanity and their interconnection with others and with Nature.