Valerie Hallier
Since 2009
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

French multiple media artist Valérie Hallier came to New York in 1992 with a Fulbright scholarship and graduated from SVA with an MFA in Computer Art in 1994.

By emulating technology’s processes and exposing her own obsessive ones, miss Hallier aspires to render the systems and patterns that describe a contemporary character, revealing in turn the intimately technological and the systematically human.
- “Using Skype as a medium for generating temporally destructive portraits and self-portraits, Hallier redefines portraiture for the digital age.” -Judith Escalona – MediaNoche, NYC.

Valérie is currently an artist in Residence at Governors Island LMCC’s swing Sapce.

Solo shows comprise “Screened calls & Slow Portraits” at Medianoche and “Portraits Lents” at the ESAM, Caen, France. Two person shows include “Body Chronicles” at the CAS Arts Center and Nadania Idriss Gallery, Berlin, Germany. Group shows include “Glitch Generation" at the Brooklyn Council for the Arts and “Nimbi Penumbrae" at the Dumbo Arts Center, "Moon Tornado" at the Rose Wagner Blackbox SLT, UT, "Artists from RUMBO" at the Tribes Gallery, NYC.

Hallier's digital work has been selected at Siggraph (USA), Anima Mundi (BRAZIL), ACM MM Arts Program (ENGLAND) and at SCAN Arts Symposium (USA).