Morgane Billuart

Morgane Billuart (1997) is a French writer and visual artist. She completed her studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and also pursued education at the Cooper Union in New York. Currently, she holds a research position at the Institute of Network Cultures and is enrolled in the MA Cross-Disciplinary Strategies programme in Vienna.

In an era dominated by digital culture, the enthusiasm for DIY internet philosophies, and the proliferation of self-help seminars, her distinctive approach seeks to shed light on the contemporary dynamics of faith and belief formation. Her work consistently grapples with these profound themes, intricately intertwined with her identity as a woman, prompting contemplation on the roles of bodies in reshaping our comprehension of the technocratic and digital landscapes that encompass us.

Her previous books, The Cloud Is Just Another Sun, and C++, 40 Degrees, and a Bladder Infection were both self-published in 2021. Her written work has been published online by the Institute of Network Cultures, Do.Not.Research, Boekie Woekie, Blank Magazine, Amsterdam Alternative, and Lili Magazine. Her visual work and research have been shown in the Stedelijk Museum, Cooper Union, Eye Museum, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, and other exhibition spaces in Vienna, Amsterdam, Paris, and New York.