Rebecca Digne was born in 1982 in Marseille, currently lives and works in Paris. She graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris with Jury honors in 2009. During two years (2010-2011) she is a resident at the Rijksakademie Van Beelden Kusten in Amsterdam then follow the residency program of the Palais de Tokyo: Le Pavillon, in Paris (2013-2014).
Among her recent exhibitions: Climats Artificiels (2015) at the Fondation EDF in Paris, 100 years later (2014) at The Palais de Tokyo in Paris, AB Show at the Nomas Foundation in Rome, Facing Mercurio (2013) and Mains (2012) at Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art Gallery in Amsterdam (solo), Tapis Volants at the Villa Medici in Rome and Musée des Abattoirs in Toulouse (2012), Vesuvio (2011) at Maison Descartes the French Institut in Amsterdam (solo), Dynasty (2010) at the Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and Palais de Tokyo, and the same year she participated to the 55th Salon d’art contemporain in Montrouge.
Rebecca Digne’s pieces are enigmatic evocations that capture the projection and the exhibition space as a « place of resistance to the time. » The image, both subject and medium, is operated as a territory where intermingle with issues related to the matter of waiting, time, identity, gesture or ritual. Her work is part of the collection of the Centre National D’art Moderne – Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.