Roxane Revon is a multi-disciplinary artist intrigued by the interdependence between species and more particularly between humans and vegetal beings.
After graduating in philosophy and literature from La Sorbonne University (MA), she moved to New York where she started a career of theater director and continued her education (certificate Yale School of Drama, Stanford GSB).
She has been working as a stage director and scenographer for a decade while, more recently, developing multimedia installations and visual arts.
Her artwork has been exhibited in major institutions in the US such as the Rockefeller Center, the French Institute (FIAF), Invisible Dog, Art on Paper NY, Miami Aqua, and galleries in New York, Hong Kong, and Milan. She recently worked as a scenographer on "Shades of Spring" ballet at the Joyce Theater (NY) and “Cosi Fan Tutte” at The Kimball Theater (VA). Her recent residencies include LMCC Art Center on Governors Island, Celia and wally Gilbert Art & Science Fellowship at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cinema Supply Art Program in Chelsea, Residency Unlimited and Artist Alliance (AAI). Revon’s artwork and scenography has been reviewed and mentioned in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Herald Tribune, Le Figaro and Le Monde.
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