Anne-Sarah Le Meur


Anne-Sarah Le Meur (1968, France) started to create artistic abstract 3D images in 1990. Focusing on exploring programming language and pictorial space features, she generates singular moving and fixed images, playing strangely with flatness and inhabited by unusual and haptic matters.

One of her pieces is an interactive panorama (ZKM, 2011) based on perceptive exploration (peripheral vision) and unrealistic light phenomena. She made different performances focusing on colors or other formal choices, with or without sound (among them »Grey-Moire« created for Kumiko Omura piece's »Double Contour«, in ZKM in 2009). Her work has been exhibited mainly in Europe. She is represented by Galerie Charlot, Paris.