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Marlène Delcambre


I am a French visual artist, using words and images to support a narration of my life through myself and through others.

My images have been exhibited in Paris, London, New York in contemporary art galleries or in art fairs.

Influenced by my expertise in psychiatry and neuropsychology, I made myself known by my series “From the dissonance of time to silence” and “Phantasmagoria of absence” where I stage characters by playing on their physical presence and not psychic in pictorial settings. In some of my series, I appear anonymously among my characters.

In my latest work, I focus on the self-portrait and become my only character.

“The black line” and “The rhythmic ideal in coincidence with oneself” completely obscure the psychic aspect to focus on my graphic position in space.

In my new series “The Bather”, I pay tribute to Newton’s bathers by putting myself on stage, in a mental dissociation where reality is always optional, and where the will to go beyond illusion exceeds any fiction.

I denounce in a clip the problem of wasting water in the world through my character as a bather.

I stage myself for my first collaboration with the art dealer François Laffanour and the artist Olivier Urman in the house of Jean Prouvé, in an event for the Fiac.

My bathing figure appears in a plush bathtub created by Olivier Urman and a classical dancer on the artist’s plush mother nature.

Marlène Delcambre


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