Amelie Bouvier (1982, France) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. Her practice begins with the utilization of archival images and diagrams from various sources, such as scientific and military archives, Google and science-fiction material, exploring lines between real and imagined perceptions. Her laborious drawings transform images and specific details of events in order to provide new perspectives on the identity and agency of place, time and epistemological building blocks. In addition to her personal work, Amelie is an active member in the project “Not Enough Room for Space.” She has had several noteworthy exhibitions including those at Harlan Levey Projects in Brussels, Museo Patio Herreriano (Valladolid, Spain), Carpe Diem, Arte e Pesquisa (Lisbon, Portugal), Plataforma Revolver, (Lisbon, Portugual), Sabrina Amrani Gallery (Madrid, Spain), the Verbeke Foundation (Antwerp, Belgium), and at the Museu da Cidade (Lisbon, Portugal). Her work has been included in the 16th Biennale de Cerveira and in the 6th Biennale de São Tomé e Principe. She was selected for the Iselp prize “Hors d’Oeuvre” in Brussels and was named the best emerging artist at Just Mad in Madrid, as well as a finalist for the CIC’Art Prize.