Mathilde Supe creates narratives through film, video, books and publishing. Her approach to storytelling blends fiction, collective imagination and media studies to question cultural representations, the norms and the codes of interpretation.
Born in Paris in 1989, she studied art history before working on film sets and entering the National Superior School of Arts of Paris-Cergy. She also trained with film editor Mathilde Muyard, video artist Keren Cytter, filmmaker Eric Baudelaire and choreographer Eric Minh Cuong Castaing at the National Ballet of Marseille. In 2018 she joined the master's program in visual cultures at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, Paris.
Her first exhibition took place in 2014 in partnership with the FID Film Festival in Marseille. Since then, her work has been shown in various venues such as the urban cultural project La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, the 64th Montrouge Art Fair, the 104 art center in Paris on the invitation of the Le Bal museum, the Museum of Juadic Art and History for the 2018 Nuit Blanche program in Paris and the Galeria Continua, on the invitation of curator Nicolas Bourriaud. In 2023 she published a book distributed by the MIT Press, Art Data, Les presses du réel and Idea Books, published by Sternberg Press. In 2024 she will be a resident at the International Cité of Arts in Paris.