About

Marie Caye is a visual artist, performer and designer and a part of the former duo Arvid&Marie. Fascinated by the idea of technology as a strange synthetic realm, she explores different localities leading to collections of videos where humans disappear behind their tools or she searches the land for cyborg found material where the synthetic and the organic are indistinguishable. Her research probes at the grey zones, the obsolescence and the uncanny between humans, their environment and the produced matter.

Marie Caye is currently open for new collaborations and for artist residency invitations, get in contact here.

CONTACT

 

Marie Caye / 27-05-1992 (FR)

+ 31 (0)6 42852011 / hello@mariecaye.com

Oude Binnenweg 102 A01, 3012JG Rotterdam, NL

 

 

 

CV SUMMARY

 

Marie is born in France, she graduated from the school of Boulle in Paris and from the Design Academy Eindhoven. She was a resident at the Jan Van Eyck academy in Maastricht from 2020 to 2021.

 

Marie’s practice as well as her duo practice Arvid&Marie is being exhibited worldwide by Art institutions and Design institutions such as Chronus Art Center Shanghai (CN), Gasworks London (UK), The 6th Guangzhou contemporary art Triennial (CN), Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven (NL), Salone Del Mobile Milan (IT), Schloss Hollenegg for Design (AT), 4th Istanbul Design Biennial (TR) among others.

In parallel of these activities, Marie regularly teaches, gives talks and workshops internationally.

 

 

 

SELECTED PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS

 

2020 Interview Marie Caye & Arvid Jense, Blank Space Magazine issue #3
2018 TEDx interview, “Catch up with Arvid Jense and Marie Caye”
2017 Design Indaba, “Marie Caye on SAM and bridging the gap between tech and design” (ZA)
2017 VPRO Toekomstbouwers, The Dutch Future Builders cultural TV program (NL)
2014-15 Scientific publications, music and interaction, Awakening the Synthesizer Knob, WamBam, Eco-feedback

 

 

 

NOTABLE AWARDS AND GRANTS

 

2018 Talent Development Grant from Creative Industries (NL)
2017 Melkweg Award Winner for “SAM The Symbiotic Autonomous Machine” (NL)