Iseult Perrault (b. 1993, France) is a French artist and curator who works in Paris. She did her bachelor's degree in Switzerland at Ecal and her Master's in painting section Royal college of art in London, (UK). Her work explores the relationship we have with landscapes. Between fiction, artificiality, and memory, she seeks to create fictional universes in her paintings and installations: a mixture of forms drawn from reality and her imagination. No longer able to ignore the climate emergency, it questions the evolution of our notion of nature, our sensitive links to our environments, as well as the difficulty to protect landscapes. Since graduating in 2021, she has exhibited in various renowned places such as Art Basel at the Écart stand invited by John Armleder and again at the Cultural Center in Sao Paulo, during the FILE festival. More recently, she won the Don Papa Foundation prize and will go on a one-month residency in the Philippines in November 2023. She is based in Paris.