Nicolas Desverronnières is a French visual artist who explores the notion of landscape from the perspective of territories transformed by human activities. He builds narratives drawing on detailed observations, explorations, and deflections. Using norms and standards as a playground, he undertakes a playful sabotage and produces fictional spaces that offer a different reading – a new point of view – of the landscape.
After graduating the École européenne supérieure d’art de Bretagne in Lorient in 2014, Nicolas has undertaken a variety of projects. He produced a public commission for the Ville de Pont-Scorff (Tour de ronde, 2012), participated in the art-research project Géographies variables in Nouvelle-Orléans in 2015, and had a solo exhibition at Université Bretagne Sud in 2016. Currently, he continues his work through exhibitions and residencies in France and other countries.