Viviane Le Courtois
Viviane Le Courtois has created process-based artworks and conceptual installations since 1989. Her art often intrigues visitors by connecting art to everyday life and inviting thoughtful participation. Viviane received her DNSEP (MFA) from the Ecole Pilote Internationale d’Art et de Recherches in Nice, France in 1992. After extensive travels in Asia, she moved to the US in 1994, completing an MA in Art History at the University of Denver in 2000. She was the recipient of a Korea Foundation fellowship in 1993, a Colorado Mastermind in Visual Arts in 2009, an Octopus Initiative grant from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver in 2018. She has exhibited in Europe and across the US including at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Denver Botanic Gardens, the Biennial of the Americas and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. She is an art instructor, curator, and the co-founder of Processus, the institute of art and life.