Alexandre Lamarche and Florentine Ovize are a duo of French artists who have been working together since 2006. Their artistic practice explicitly refers to the Arts & Crafts movement as an attitude in which they materialize thought in objects, giving rise to a variety of hybrid forms. In the same way, their body of work is made up of a multiplicity of media, from patterns of tapestries and ceramics to video animations, drawings and installations. This shift from one medium to another maintains a cause-effect relationship, in which motifs run eccentrically and abundantly through walls, sketches and notes.
Among the exhibitions that have shown his work we can highlight the following: FMAC in Paris, FRAC in Île-de-France, FRAC in the Pays de la Loire, FRAC Midi-Pyrénées or the Centre d’art du Parc Saint Léger, among others. They were also selected for the Open Sessions at the Drawing Center in New York in 2016.their work is part of collections such as: Nouveau Musée National de Monaco, Cité de la céramique, Sèvres, FRAC île de France, among others.