Nicolas Floc’h

Nicolas Floc’h – credit Gabriel Segovia

Nicolas Floc’h is a visual artist who works on artificial reefs and natural marine habitats, with a particular focus on landscapes and their transformation in the face of global change. His works are anchored in reality, bringing into play collaborative and evolutionary processes in which the living plays an essential role. He teaches at the École européenne supérieure de Bretagne-Site de Rennes. During his visit to Roscoff with the project B.O.A.T. (Boat Of Artistic Research Trip), he proposed to analyze the notion of landscape from the underwater world. A questioning going from the artificial reefs of Europe to Asia, from the TARA expedition in Japan to the creeks of the Mediterranean or in Brittany where he develops his research.