Geraldine Gallavardin is a conceptual artist and a curator based in London. She’s originally from Lyon, France. She holds two MA in Fine Art, one from “Les Beaux-Arts de Grenoble”, France (1997) & one from Chelsea College of Fine Art & Design, London (1999).
She used participatory/readymade performances, social sculptures, installations, drawings, videos, soundscapes & live art as her main artistic language. She has exhibited internationally & in the UK in places such as the ICA, the South London Gallery, on the lawn in front of Tate Modern/The Serpentine Gallery…She’s curating few shows in the months coming for the Camden Image Gallery & she's the founder of Lab451london. #lab451london http://lab451london.com
She was acting in few films during her artistic career & more recently in “Third Contact” filmed in London by British director Simon Horrocks, the film is sailing online (www.thirdcontactmovie.com).
She would be acting in the film “The Mentor” by director Ngozi Enuma in September 2014.
Unique traits: “Lab 451 is a platform for multi-talented international artists that explore performance as one of their versatile practices. On a journey with raconteurs sprinkling an inch of conceptual art, raw happenings, soundscape & experimental impromptus music accompanied by merry troubadours, poets declaiming their thirst, wicked opera singers, theatreoholics; performers of all kind feasting on the possibilities to encapsulate their unframed vision of our era” The idea of Lab 451 is that of a moveable laboratory for international artists to express & emphasize through their own unique art form; a language, whom as a Freedom embodies the way we see & represent the world around us.
Film by Simon Horrocks Dr. Moser
BA & MA aux Beaux Arts De Grenoble - FR (School of Fine Art)
Ma at Chelsea College of Fine Art & Design, London