Tania Mouraud is a self-taught artist. Her artistic career actually began at the turn of the seventies after she burnt her first paintings in 1969, in a book-burning-like ceremony. Then, she designed a series of sensory environments, still highly modern today. These rooms are white, bright and highly simplified. Sound constitutes invitations to live “a pure experience” in rooms entirely dedicated to the contemplation of perception.
This work on perception is one of the artist’s major concerns. In her opinion, perception is what relates us to the outside world, to society and history. Highly influenced by conceptual art and minimalism, her work is open to life and in constant evolution. It constantly questions itself using various supports and mediums such as words, installation, wall-painting, photography, sound or video.
She is represented by the Galerie Rue Visconti.