Roxane Revon

Paying a tribute to Anna Atkins, botanist and first to explore the cyanotype technique, this series is a poetic attempt to unveil the symbiotic relationship between water and vegetal beings.

Details: Cyanotypes on fabric, framed, 2022

Dimensions: Each: 11 x 8 inches

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About this Artist

Roxane Revon is a multi-disciplinary artist examining the inner workings of “nature” who is intrigued by the symbiotic relationships between humans and vegetal beings. She grew up in France and studied philosophy at La Sorbonne University (MA) before moving to New York a decade ago where she started her artistic career and continued her education (Stanford Ignite GSB, Yale School of Drama). For a decade, she has been working as an award winning stage director and scenographer while, more recently, developing multimedia installations and visual arts.

She was an artist in residence at the LMCC Art Center in the Fall 2021 and exhibited her work in New York, Miami, Venice, Milan and Hong Kong. In 2022, she was part of “The Flag Project RC” at Rockefeller Center and received a LMCC Creative Engagement grant to develop her “Roon’s rhizomes” installation at the UNFIX Festival, the French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF) and Cinema Supply Gallery in Chelsea. She worked as a scenographer on "Shades of Spring" ballet choreographed by ABT choreographer Jessica Lang that premiered at the Joyce Theater (NY) and  “Cosi Fan Tutte” at the Kimball Theater (VA). In 2023, she received the Leonardo Da Vinci award in Milan.