Marilène Oliver works at a crossroads somewhere between new digital technologies, traditional print and sculpture, her finished objects bridging the virtual and the real worlds. Oliver uses various scanning technologies, such as MRI, CT and PET, to reclaim the interior of the body and create art works that allow us to materially contemplate our increasingly digitised selves. Marilène Oliver studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and then at the Royal College of Art where she obtained an MPhil with the Read more... practice based research project 'Flesh to Pixel, Flesh to Voxel, Flesh to XYZ' on the use of medical imaging in contemporary art. Oliver has exhibited widely in the UK and Europe in both private and public galleries including the Royal Academy, UK, MassMoCA, US and Copernicus Museum, Poland. Her work is held in a number of private collections around the world as well as a number of public collections such as The Wellcome Trust, Victoria and Albert Museum and Knoxville Museum of Art. Oliver is an Assistant Professor of Printmaking at the University of Alberta.
Skills: photo intaglio collagraph