Fabrice Hyber |1961 , Born in Luçon, France

Fascinated by the world of science, Fabrice Hyber completed a two-year foundation course before obtaining a degree from the École des Beaux-Arts in Nantes. He began exhibiting work in 1986, entitled Mutation, which was inspired by natural forms and the disciplines he was drawn to: biology, astronomy and mathematics.

The artist has explored the concepts of accumulation, proliferation and hybridisation, using different techniques such as painting, sculpture, installation and video. What interests him is randomness, the language of signs and margins of error. In his desire to get back to the theory, he naturally moves from science towards art: his paintings are prototypes, hybrids, inventions of new modes of behaviour, transplanted thoughts. In order to encourage the collaboration on projects between businesses and artists, he founded the limited company UR (Unlimited Responsibility) with the aim of bringing artists and enterprises together.

Fabrice Hyber has collaborated with museums in France and abroad, including the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Georges Pompidou Centre. In 2007 Hyber was entrusted with creating the first permanent contemporary sculpture in the Jardin du Luxembourg. 

  • Peinture Homeopathique N°17 1996-2006