Maxime Matthys

  • Photographer, Video Artist

Situated at the crossroads of various practices, the work of Maxime Matthys (1995, Belgium) questions the imprint of new technologies on our contemporary way of life. By imagining new languages, the fruit of collaborations with scientists and artists, he constructs images in which the virtual and the real are intermingled. His work has won several awards and has been shown at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie and has been the subject of solo exhibitions in Europe. As part of the exhibition "Neurons, simulated minds" at the Centre Pompidou, he presents 2091: The Ministry of Privacy, a photographic series that highlights the repressive control tools to which the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang region of China are subjected.

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