Painter to Montpellier - France
Dägmar Dudinsky is une artiste plasticienne et graphiste, which translates to "a visual artist and graphic designer" in English. After studying at the Conservatoire Libre du Cinéma Français, Dägmar pursued a career in various fields such as audiovisual production, underground art, and fashion.
"A colorful and geometric image, a drawing that plays with illusion, a living art that imposes itself in everyday life"
She has worked on several projects related to architecture, landscape, public space, and culture, and has collaborated with different organizations and collectives. For a decade, she was part of the EXYZT collective, where she was responsible for all the graphic interventions alongside Gonzague Lacombe. The collective's most significant achievement was the Metavilla project, where they were entrusted with the French Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2006.
In addition to her involvement in institutional and commercial projects such as Michel Gondry's Amateur Film Factory in Casablanca, Europa City in Paris, and Vitalic, Dägmar also engages in artistic residencies. She has experience in creating large-scale graphic works and has collaborated with Coloco, ANPU, and AKER, as well as working on solo projects such as RAZZLE and IBOAT.