Aude Legrand, born in 1985 in France, works in Luxembourg. From 2000 to 2015, she studies photography at the Saint-Luc Institute (Belgium) and does her art research at the Sorbonne University (Paris I). In 2010, she is supported by the Fondation de France and the Sorbonne for the Art Studio program at the NYU.
Her plastic work articulates around her interest to observe human life in all its dimensions. Her productions derive from her observations, her personal, emotional and collective experiences collected in the different cities where she lived (Paris, New York, Luxembourg). Her drawings, paintings, videos and installations are at the service of one same idea: the capture of the complexity of reality and the scope of emotions stemming from the frustration to be fixed on the close border separating the two concepts of control and un-control. What motivates her creation is to create common spaces within the force of memory and affect.