In a series of penetrating, deceptively simple printed-glass pieces, a young Paris artist plays with light, material and reflection, blurring the lines between all three.

"Generally used to adorn virtual environments, mineral textures develop into something solid, penetrated by the Harcourt glass."

Working mostly as a video and installation artist, Ludovic Sauvage creates his pieces with short, looped films focused on landscape. 

He was born in 1985 in Aix-en-Provence, France, and now lives and works in Paris, where applies his video work to other media—photography, printed material, and sculpture—in different installation contexts. 

He graduated from ERBA Valence in 2005 and Villa Arson, in Nice, in 2007. In 2012, he was featured in the Salon de Montrouge just south of Paris, which allowed his installations to reach a wider audience, including Valleys, a piece showing an artificial landscape projected from two different sources. In the last few years, he has held a residency at the French university HEC Paris, while his work travels around the City of Light through the touring Musée Passager project