Céline Lastennet’s work deals with question of space and time by experimentation. Her sculptures interrogate our relationship with ourselves, the other, and our environment. Born in 1989, in Paris (FR), Céline Lastennet studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, in the workshop of the sculptor Vincent Barré, where she obtained a Master degree in 2013. Since then she has worked as an independent artist, receiving residency fellowships to realize projects in France and abroad including Marble House Project, Triangle summer workshop, Vermont Studio Center, Casa de Velazquez and Sancy Artense Communauté. Her travels have taken her to Japan to photograph the Japanese dry garden and several times to stay at the last Shaker Community in Sabbathday Lake, Maine. She has exhibited in solo exhibition and group exhibitions which include Incubate Art (ES), Plasticiens du Puy de Dôme (FR), Parcours d’Artistes (FR), Eau(x) Voyageuse(s) (FR). Her works were finalists in Contemporary Talent 2015, fondation Schneider. In 2013 she was awarded the Aurige Finance Award. Celine Lastennet works and lives in France.