Line Bourdoiseau
Mar 16, 2024

Line Bourdoiseau OpenArt 2024 Örebro, Sweden

Currently lives and works in: Nantes (France)

Practice: Sculptures in urban spaces

Line Bourdoiseau is a young visual artist who specializes in the installation of immersive sculptures. She studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Nantes before continuing her training at La Cambre in Brussels, focusing on art in the urban space.

In addition to her studies in Brussels, Line also pursued further education at the School of Fine Arts in Madrid and the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux, where she recently graduated.

She has deliberately chosen the public space as her privileged playground due to its potential to evoke surprise, activate the space, and allow the city’s inhabitants to reappropriate their surroundings.

The installations she creates, situated in the heart of cities, serve as invitations for citizen participation. Line aims to engage the widest possible audience by crafting mobile and transportable elements that the public can interact with and manipulate.

Areas of interest:

Manifestation (Like a French person currently)

Find out how to build lots of things

Create from recovery

Activate urban space

Urban agriculture


Magic Carpets project in Örebro, Sweden

Why are you a part of Magic Carpets: The desire to participate in a grand exhibition in the urban space in Sweden is driven by my eagerness to explore a new culture, discover novel forms of making art, connect with diverse individuals, and experiment with fresh ideas. I aspire to immerse myself in this super fertile mix, enriching both myself and others through this enriching experience.

What inspires you as an artist? The animation in the street, the manifestations, the people who teach me new manufacturing techniques, the search for autonomy in the face of an over-capitalist system, the people who re-sing public space, freedom of speech and action and open dialogue, knowledge sharing, to relearn forgotten skills.

What do you think is the purpose of art? For me, it’s the need to create and share. And re-activating things (urban space need to be!)


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