Magali Daniaux & Cédric Pigot work as much with the earth as with the pixel. They are as interested in the impacts of climate change with its cultural, socio-economic and strategic backgrounds, as they are in ancestral practices close to nature, or the latest avatars of technology. At the crossroads of the organic and the digital, their composite art can also take the form of sculptures, installations, drawings or poetic and literary texts, even science fiction tales.
Their works have been shown in numerous exhibitions in France and abroad: Laboral in Spain, 2022; Abbaye de Maubuisson, 2021; Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, 2020/21; Transpalette in Bourges, 2019; Biennale Némo in Paris, 2019; Terminal B, Kirkenes in Norway, 2017; Festival acce)s( in Pau, 2016; Parvis in Tarbes, 2016; Anchorage Museum, Alaska in 2015; Musée du Jeu de Paume, Paris, 2014; Venice Biennale of Archi- tecture, 2014; Ultima Festival at the Oslo Opera House, 2011; Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2011; 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok, 2005; Dashanzi Art Fes- tival, Beijing, 2004.
In 2017 they found UV Éditions, a publishing house focused on Information Theory, Media Critic, Philosophy of the Technics, Anthropology of the Medias, Feminism, Ethics, Animalism, Cinema, Radio-art, Offshore Finance and Space Ecology.