Born in 1992, Cléophée Moser is a video artist and researcher in contemporary art and societies. A graduate in applied arts from Camberwell College of Arts in London and the École du Louvre in Paris, she also trained as an art critic at Central Saint Martins in London, as well as training as a filmmaker at the Baltic Film and Media School in Tallinn.


Passing borders, she questions the link between art and territory. The artist feeds his practice of travel and meetings, both geographically and as a discipline. She dares to confront different media, takes her work from art to cinema, from public space to exhibition space, from reality to image. His transdisciplinary approach combines video, installation, performance and drawing. Her practice is articulated with the research she conducts internationally. She uses the tools of anthropology to analyze the contexts that she penetrates, which in turn populate her work with life stories, impressions and human matter.

In India, Cléophée Moser is carrying out an ethnomusicology study which leads to the writing of a travel diary and the publication of a sound postcard intended for an immersive installation. Between 2016 and 2017, she led two projects combining research and creation on the African continent: a survey on toy weapons made by children which questions the links between ritual and play, then, a study on the language of color in the contemporary art of Benin. At the end of 2017, she took part in the postmaster "Moving Frontiers" organized by the ENASPC Paris Cergy and the Doual'Art space in Cameroon.

A committed artist, she also uses her audiovisual skills to highlight the work of artists, companies and cultural institutions with which she collaborates, with a concern for sharing and mutual elevation.