Juliette Ezaoui creates large-scale ecosystems in which she works to understand her local surroundings. Beginning with ritualistic walks surrounding her studio, she gleans organic and non-organic 'things' to constitute a collection of fragments that are transformed through various experimentations within her studio. Bringing together themes of taxonomy, systems, cartography, biology and the vibrancy of matter, Ezaoui uses her studio as a living laboratory – a site of production for blueprints, drawings, videos, soundscapes and installations.
Ezaoui (b.1992) has an MA in Interior Architecture from Olivier de Serre in Paris 2014, attended the Turps Art School studio programme in London from 2019-2021 and recently completed a course in Organic Horticulture from OrganicLea, London. She has shown works with the Blink collective, London; What Remains, Eel Pie Island, London; OrganicLea Farm, London; Cyprus College of Art, Cyprus; PADA Gallery, Lisbon; Gallery Tarivoci, Paris and Soho Beach Hotel, Barcelona.