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Jérémie Queyras was born in Paris in 1997 into a family of musicians and grew up in Freiburg, Germany. From a young age, he was surrounded by musicians and spent a lot of time surrounded by art, which has led him to explore the relationship between painting and music. This interest has culminated in various performances with musicians, in which he paints live on stage. In 2021 he was awarded 1st prize of the Goodmesh competition with Charlotte Spruit for their performance project combining music and painting. In 2019 he graduated from the Art Academy London where he studied figurative painting under artists such as Tai Shan Schierenberg, Brendan Kelly, Julian Wild, Suzanne Dutoit and many more. He was awarded the Leo Gallery Shanghai residency at the end of his Fine Art diploma. He has performed in venues such as the Scène National D’Orléans (France) with prominent musicians such as Béatrice Martin (harpsichord) or the soloists of the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne. To expand his artistic practice and build on the classical painting foundation he started pursuing an MFA in Transdisciplinary New Media at Paris College of Art in 2021. Since then, his practice has shifted towards interdisciplinary projects on themes such as visibility, embodiment, Artificial intelligence and virtuality. With a deep interest in the philosophy of art, he continuously aims to push the boundaries of painting by including new technologies in his process. His works have been shown in institutions such as the Kunsthalle Wien (Austrian national museum) and the FRAC Île-de-France. His research paper “The Human in Machine-Made Art” will be presented and published at the xCoAx conference on computation, communication, aesthetics and X in Weimar in July of 2023. Jérémie Queyras currently lives and works in Paris, France.

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