Juliette Pénélope Pépin (b. 1992) is an artist living and working in Paris (FR). She is co–creator of the micro–publishing house Bernard Georges Editions. Her practice revolves around critical thinking and material research. Trained in design, computer science and fine arts, her work oscillates between moving digital images, installations and participatory interventions in public or private spaces. Centred on subjects such as protest, ecology as well as poetry and philosophy, Juliette’s artistic work is one of perpetually materialized critical research rather than a fixed form. Recent show includes a video commission from Blindside Gallery Melbourne (AU) curated by James Carrey.
WEEE is an attempt to trace WEEE and have it rust throughout its time in Access. WEEE is waste, yet… It is possible that a “yet” still emerges through time and certain ways of looking at it. However, WEEE is not greenwashing, just a poetic hypothesis.